In order to run a successful program leading to the graduation of robust, high-growth companies, incubator managers need to understand two basic concepts: the nature of entrepreneurs and the lifecycle of the companies they start.
What you’ll learn:
This workshop examines the concept of entrepreneurship from a global and a local perspective: what it means to be an entrepreneur, what characteristics lead to entrepreneurial success and how communities can encourage the development of entrepreneurial activity.
You will leave with a better understanding of the start-up lifecycle, from product conception to growth and maturity. Finally, new start-up models, such as lean start-ups and “born globals,” are examined in detail.