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  • Martin Trust Center for MIT Entrepreneurship
    It s time to hit the road Get started Explore the basics of entrepreneurship 6 933 Entrepreneurship in Engineering The Founder s Journey 15 360 Introduction to Technological Entrepreneurship MBAs only StartIAP IAP Start6 IAP Nuts Bolts IAP Pack your toolbox Learn the specific tools and frameworks for entrepreneurship while starting to develop your idea or technology Entrepreneurship Dial 10 807 15 371 Innovation Teams i Teams 15 390 15 379 New Enterprises 15 911 Entrepreneurial Strategy for MBAs Innovation Dial 2 009 Product Engineering Process 2 723 6 902 ESD 051 Engineering Innovation and Design Concentrate Dive into a specific industry relevant to you or your startup 9 455 15 128 20 454 MAS 883 Neurotechnology Ventures 15 366 Energy Ventures 15 375 EC 731 MAS 665 Development Ventures 15 376 MAS 664 Media Ventures 15 S07 Healthcare Ventures HST 590 Biomedical Engineering Seminar Series MAS 533 Imaging and Fabrication Ventures Buckle up Apply advanced entrepreneurial techniques to grow your new high impact ventures in a time compressed manner 15 378 15 370 Building an Entrepreneurial Venture Advanced Tools and Techniques GSD Hit the gas Accelerate your venture and hit escape velocity in the premier capstone educational program for

    Original URL path: http://entrepreneurship.mit.edu/ (2014-11-12)
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  • Academics | Martin Trust Center for MIT Entrepreneurship
    in November H1 courses meet during the first half of the semester only H2 courses meet during the second half of the semester only The Nuts and Bolts of New Ventures Business Plans 15 S21 Joseph Hadzima Joost Bonsen TR Jan 21 23 28 30 6 00 PM 9 00 PM 3 units graded P D F H level credit Listeners allowed space permitting From MIT to CEO Technologists Leading Startup Ventures 15 S24 Noubar Afeyan T Jan 7 W Jan 8 R Jan 9 3 00 PM 6 00 PM 1 unit graded P D F G level credit No listeners The Story of One Laptop Per Child 15 S25 Charles Kane M Jan 13 R Jan 16 3 00 PM 6 00 PM 3 units graded P D F G level credit No listeners The Business of Robotics 15 S62 Bill Aulet Matt Beane M Jan 13 8 30 AM 5 00 PM 1 unit graded P D F H level credit No listeners StartIAP Non credit Bill Aulet Christina Chase Start Labs All Jan All day The Five Questions to Ask Before Building a Startup Non credit Elliot Cohen Colin Kennedy 1 day 4 hrs Spring 2014 Spring classes are typically updated in December Innovation Teams i Teams 10 807 15 371 F Murray L Perez Breva N Afeyan W 4 30 PM 7 30 PM F 9 00 AM 10 30 AM 12 Units New Enterprises A 15 390 A H Anderson B Aulet MW 2 30 PM 4 00 PM 9 Units New Enterprises A 15 390 B B Aulet C Catalini MW 4 00 PM 5 30 PM 9 Units Entrepreneurial Strategy A 15 911 A H2 S Stern MWF 1 00 PM 2 30 PM 6 Units Entrepreneurial Strategy B 15 911 B H2 S Stern MWF 2 30 PM 4 00 PM 6 Units Entrepreneurial Finance A 15 431 A Y Hochberg TR 1 00 PM 2 30 PM 9 Units Entrepreneurial Finance B 15 431 B Y Hochberg TR 2 30 PM 4 00 PM 9 Units Patents Copyrights and the Law of Intellectual Property 6 903 15 628 J Meldman S Bauer MW 3 00 PM 4 30 PM 9 Units Basic Business Law for the Entrepreneur and Manager 15 615 J Akula MW 8 30 AM 10 00 AM 9 Units Law and Cutting Edge Technologies 15 618 J Akula M 4 00 PM 7 00 PM 9 Units Meets with 15 648 Spec Sem Focus on Intellectual Property in New Technologies 15 648 H J Akula M 4 00 PM 7 00 PM 9 Units Meets with 15 618 Dilemmas in Founding New Ventures 15 394 A M Marx TR 2 30 PM 4 00 PM 9 Units Dilemmas in Founding New Ventures 15 394 B M Marx TR 4 00 PM 5 30 PM 9 Units Pricing A 15 818 A H1 C Tucker MWF 10 00 AM 11 30 AM 9 Units Pricing B 15 818

    Original URL path: http://entrepreneurship.mit.edu/academics/ (2014-11-12)
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  • Advising | Martin Trust Center for MIT Entrepreneurship
    or a business idea or technology Get connected with a Peer Advisor Entrepreneurs In Residence EIRs Entrepreneurs in Residence EIRs are full time Trust Center employees with extensive entrepreneurial experience EIRs can answer later stage startup questions Appointments with EIRs are pre scheduled and can be requested after an initial conversation with a peer advisor Are you an MIT student currently working on a startup idea and you have already met with a Peer Advisor Get connected with an EIR Christina Chase Josh Forman Kyle Judah Areas of expertise Business Development Business Strategy Entrepreneurship Fundraising Hardware Materials Coatings Product Development Areas of expertise Computational biology Corporate strategy Fundraising Mobile development Product management Product marketing Software engineering Team building Areas of expertise Brand Development Customer Development Fundraising Marketing Pitching and Communications Product Strategy Recruiting Sales Business Development Professional Advisors Professional Advisors are highly qualified industry experts and entrepreneurs located throughout the country who offer their time and expertise to provide later stage guidance to MIT students in accordance with our honest broker policy Appointments with Professional Advisors are pre scheduled through the center and can be requested after an initial conversation with a Peer Advisor Are you an MIT student currently

    Original URL path: http://entrepreneurship.mit.edu/advising/ (2014-11-12)
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  • Events | Martin Trust Center for MIT Entrepreneurship
    to date Events See our upcoming events for Fall 2014 Add an MIT entrepreneurship event to our newsletter X Visit Us One Amherst Street E40 160 Cambridge MA 02142 Follow

    Original URL path: http://entrepreneurship.mit.edu/events/ (2014-11-12)
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  • Ecosystem | Martin Trust Center for MIT Entrepreneurship
    Leadership DEAL The MIT Entrepreneurs Club E Club MIT Entrepreneurship Review MITER MIT Global Startup Workshop GSW Hacking Medicine MIT China Innovation and Entrepreneurship Forum MIT CHIEF MIT Sloan Entrepreneurs for International Development SEID MIT Sloan Entrepreneurship Innovation Club StartLabs MIT Venture Capital and Private Equity Club VentureShips Club do it MIT MIT Energy Club MIT Energy Club at Sloan Sloan Business Club Sloan Healthcare Club Sloan Sales Club Sloan

    Original URL path: http://entrepreneurship.mit.edu/ecosystem/ (2014-11-12)
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  • Accelerator | Martin Trust Center for MIT Entrepreneurship
    to help you be the healthiest version of you Smarking By combining big data analytics and transportation logistics the Smarking team is helping airports and parking management companies access predictive analytics and real time tracking to optimize revenue and staffing saving millions of dollars every year Embr Labs The Embr Labs team believes that thermal is personal and it s time to take control By merging temperature and technology this startup out of the MADMEC competition has created a wearable device that can heat or cool the user depending on their personal temperature preference Wise Systems Nearly 80 of the world still lacks real time traffic information Wise Systems is combining big data design and logistics to route businesses in developing countries more efficiently than ever saving time and money Love Grain By tapping into the tiniest and most nutritious grain on the planet teff the Love Grain team is creating delicious gluten free foods for American consumers while helping thousands of Ethiopian farmers Inevio Inevio is taking all your computers to the cloud not just your files but your apps as well allowing you to collaboratively work from any device anywhere at any time FarmUp FarmUp is creating an e commerce platform to allow restaurants to buy directly from farmers in Mexico removing middlemen and streamlining operations to improve product quality for restaurants and prices for farmers OBaa OBaa is building a mobile healthcare app to make maternal healthcare accessible for expecting mothers in rural Ghana and other developing nations Hemingly Hemingly has created smart marketing for self published authors making it easier than ever for them to save time and money when finding and engaging their audience and driving sales of their books Faqs Q What kinds of teams are you looking for A You are at an early stage You might have entered the 100K worked on your project in a course or simply are working on the side with fellow students You don t have funding not much anyway but you have made enough progress that this summer will be an excellent learning and growth opportunity Quite possibly you have even achieved some traction so that you will start the summer with momentum Q How many people can be on my team A Teams are two to five members and are all founder level participants If you have other people working on the project interns etc that is okay but don t include them on your application We also cannot at this time guarantee office space for individuals other than your MIT GFSA team members Q Do you take any equity A No The MIT GFSA resources and milestone funding money come with no strings attached Q On my application what if I don t know what to put for my team s milestones A We re looking for you to take a first stab at defining milestones so we get a better sense of where your team is and where you think your team can

    Original URL path: http://entrepreneurship.mit.edu/accelerator/ (2014-11-12)
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  • About | Martin Trust Center for MIT Entrepreneurship
    Siteman 1948 Professor of Entrepreneurship Managing Director Senior lecturer MIT Sloan School of Management Staff Christina Chase Josh Forman Kyle Judah Entrepreneur in Residence Student Evangelist Entrepreneur in Residence Entrepreneur in Residence Program Director MIT GFSA Sam Breen Ana Cuellar Chris Snyder External Resources Connector Business Problem Solver Chief of Staff Program Coordinator Eliza Deland Pat Fuligni Georgina Campbell Flatter Academic Coordinator Senior Administrative Assistant Director Executive Programs MIT Regional Entrepreneurship Acceleration Program MIT REAP Steve Haraguchi Laurie Stach Director Program Design Implementation MIT Innovation Initiative Program Manager High School Education Program Affiliated Faculty Professors School of Engineering Tim Berners Lee Vladimir Bulovic Charles Cooney Martha Gray Doug Hart Bob Langer Don Sadoway Sanjay Sarma Joel Schindall Alex Slocum Professors School of Architecture Planning Joi Ito Alex Sandy Pentland Ramesh Raskar Professors School of Management Christian Catalini Michael Cusumano Steven Eppinger Charles Fine Yasheng Huang Matt Marx Fiona Murray Edward Roberts Antoinette Schoar Scott Stern Catherine Tucker Eric von Hippel Lecturers Noubar Afeyan Bridget Akinc John Akula Howard Anderson Bill Aulet Steven Bauer Phil Budden Elaine Chen Zen Chu Jim Dougherty Jonathan Fleming Joseph Hadzima Brian Halligan Tod Hynes Shari Loessberg Francis O Sullivan Luis Perez Breva Katherine Rae Imran Sayeed Lou Shipley Reed Sturtevant Andrew Wolk Andrey Zarur Awards MIT recognizes and rewards student excellence in entrepreneurship through several awards overseen by the Trust Center The McGovern Award is given at each year s MIT Awards Convocation to an individual or team that has made a significant impact on the quality and overall spirit of entrepreneurship at the Institute in close collaboration with the Trust Center The objective of the award is to motivate future student leaders raise the profile of student led organizations and reward individuals for outstanding achievement in building entrepreneurial excellence The Heller Grant is presented

    Original URL path: http://entrepreneurship.mit.edu/about/ (2014-11-12)
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