July 15, 2020
How Not to Kill Your Co-Founders: Strategies and Tools for Successful Teamwork
Led by: Lillian Blume
You have a great product. You have smart, committed people. You have enough funds. But your company is struggling and your team is not aligned. What’s going on? This session will give you the tools to analyze and solve team problems. Come alone or, better yet, bring your team.
July 29, 2020
Led by: Ann Duhlanty
Startup entrepreneurs, particularly those with a business founded on innovative technology or business methods, face special challenges with the potential reach of their products into ethically untested areas, as new technologies are often ahead of existing laws. In addition, entrepreneurs are faced with the challenge of doing as much as they can with as few resources as possible, which puts additional pressures on them that may result in ethical or moral dilemmas.
August 12, 2020
Led by Tarek Sadek
How do you know your idea is worth pursuing? Learn how professional investors evaluate ideas and how to reevaluate your own for value, uniqueness and validity.
August 26, 2020
Public Speaking for Entrepreneurs
Led by: Mo Waja, Founder and CEO of Present Impact
Throughout your career the need to pitch and connect clients with your business remains constant. In this session we will discuss how to communicate your idea and your business clearly and confidently across a number of audiences and real world scenarios. Participants will leave with four different templates designed to help increase the confidence and clarity of their pitch and/or delivery.
OPEN TO STUDENTS AND THE PUBLIC, STARTUP SCHOOL IS A ZONE LEARNING INITIATIVE AT RYERSON UNIVERSITY.