entrepreneurship

Make Haven
Free Registration Required

We see amazing ideas at MakeHaven every day. Being able to make a good pitch for your idea can make the difference that gains allies and wins funding. We want to help inventors and entrepreneurs find their voice and practice to compete in larger pitch competitions the Entrepreneur Innovation Awards. To this end we are hosting an online pitch competition for the extended MakeHaven community. We invite anyone with an invention, creative work, or idea that can become a business to participate.

Make Haven
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New entrepreneurs are often in need of a overview of the basics, including how to incorporate and understanding patents and copyright. In this session, MakeHaven Startup Coach Bruce and Executive Director JR will cover these topics, share insights, and answer questions.

 

Kate Cebik
Partner Hosted
Connecting the Dots: TRUE Networking doesn’t occur by speed-swapping business cards at crowded “business after hours” events or by “friending” everyone and anyone who finds you on social media.
True networking comprises three basic elements that the individual must keep top-of-mind 24/7/365.
 
Learn what these three elements are, and how to make them part of your life and your path to personal and professional success.
 
Kate Cebik
Partner Hosted

For this Collab Courses virtual session, we're going to focus on a fundamental building block of business — how to come up with a good business idea.
We will be exploring questions like: What is a good business idea? How do you generate good ideas based on your own life experiences? What is at the intersection of my skills and what our community needs?
By the end of the session, you will leave with different frameworks on how to identify good business ideas based on your own skills, expertise, and experiences.
 

Make Haven
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This online event will be to workshop and refine the pitch for your business or invention. This event will build on the learning from the "Developing Your Pitch" event, and allow for trying out ideas and receiving peer feedback. 

Participants can have a finished 5 minute pitch to practice, a partial pitch or just an idea. We do recommend participants to in try to make the case for an idea/business briefly addressing each of the following:

Make Haven
Free Registration Required

We see amazing ideas at MakeHaven every day. Being able to make a good pitch for your idea can make the difference that gains allies and wins funding. We want to help inventors and entrepreneurs find their voice and practice to compete in larger pitch competitions the Entrepreneur Innovation Awards. To this end we are hosting an online pitch competition for the extended MakeHaven community. We invite anyone with an invention, creative work, or idea that can become a business to participate.

Make Haven
Free Registration Required

Do you have an idea of a small business or invention you want to turn into a startup? Being able to make a good pitch for your idea can make the difference that gains allies and wins funding.  There are many tips and tricks to developing a good pitch that the early entrepreneur is not likely to know. 

In this session Richard Guha will break down the elements of a wining pitch. This will be followed by a questions and answers session with Richard.

 

Kate Cebik
Ticket Purchase Required

Hands on learning of the fundamentals of safe and practical use of a Bridgeport Milling Machine.


 

About this Event


Students who successfully compete this class will earn the Bridgeport Mill badge, allowing ongoing use for members. No previous experience required.

The Learning Objectives are as follows:

Kate Cebik
Ticket Purchase Required

Hands on learning of the fundamentals of safe and practical use of a Metal Lathe.


 

About this Event


Students who successfully compete this class will earn the Metal Lathe badge, allowing ongoing use for members. No previous experience required.

The Learning Objectives are as follows:

Kate Cebik
Ticket Purchase Required

Hands on learning of the fundamentals of safe and practical use of a Metal Lathe.


 

About this Event


Students who successfully compete this class will earn the Metal Lathe badge, allowing ongoing use for members. No previous experience required.

The Learning Objectives are as follows: