Pre-Seed Workshop Gives You an Idea of What to Know Before You Ask for Money
Funding. It’s the question on every entrepreneur’s mind, and knowing how to approach this issue can make or break you. Having a solid business plan to execute will help solidify your understanding of the goals for your company and, just as importantly, give any potential investors more confidence in your idea.
Judy Albers speaks on eClips about early funding
eClip of Albers Provides General Overview of What Venture Capitalists Are Interested In. You can expect to learn about this topic and more at the Pre-Seed Workshop. More on Judy Albers at eClips. Be sure to login with your net Id and password.
Mark Wilson and Judy Albers, pioneers of Pre-Seed Workshop, are coming to Cornell to help you.
Pre-Seed Workshop gives participants an opportunity to develop the foundational plans to their hard-science startup, through an intense hands-on team oriented workshop designed to “investigate and transform potentially commercializable technologies into pre-seed stage companies”.
At the end of the workshop, the goal is to have a thin commercialization plan for a new start up. Wilson and Albers are bringing their workshop to Cornell on April 4, 5, and 12 (must be available on all days), which you can sign up for here. If you have a technology related startup, this could be a great opportunity to learn more about the process moving forward and assess the viability of your business idea.