Beginning this week, Iowa State University will be hosting a series of virtual workshops for student entrepreneurs. The “Start Something Series” is designed for student entrepreneurs who are exploring the idea of entrepreneurship and those who want to learn more about marketing their small businesses.
A total of six workshops will take place over the course of the next two months. Below is a list and description of the workshops taking place.
I Have An Idea, Now What? (March 23, 12pm – 1pm)
Great! You’ve got an idea. It’s time to move on to customer discovery, idea validation, and market research. Don’t worry. We’ve got the tools to help you get started.
I Need Help: Building An A-Team (March 30, 12pm – 1pm)
Need someone who has your back? Or five? Let’s chat about outsourcing work, building co-founder agreements, and managing human resources.
Get ‘Er Done: Prioritization & Time Management (April 6, 12pm – 1pm)
There are enough hours in the day. Let’s figure out how to leverage them.
Make It Legit: Naming to Trademarking (April 13, 12pm – 1pm)
It’s really happening! Time to make it official. Learn more about registering your business, copyrights and trademarks, and business licenses.
Ka-ching: Pricing, Sales, & Where to Sell (April 20, 12pm – 1pm)
*cash register rings* That’s what you’ll hear when you learn how to price your products/services and start making sales!
What I Wish I Knew Before I Started My Business (April 27, 12pm – 1 pm)
Not their first rodeo. Hear from a panel of entrepreneurs on what they wish they knew before starting their businesses!