Startup 101 is UCSF’s acclaimed entrepreneurship course that teaches the basics of starting a company. The class is offered once a year in January. Have an idea that you think might be material for a startup? Considering joining an entrepreneurial team? Working on a startup and would like business training? Looking to find team members or meet other entrepreneurs at UCSF? Considering alternative careers to scientific research/clinical practice and curious about the Silicon Valley startup world? If you’re in any of these categories, Startup 101 is perfect for you. This experiential, team-based class will cover the topics important to starting a scalable, for-profit commercial venture.
You’ll learn how to recognize a business opportunity, do market research, develop business plans and business models. We’ll cover clinical development, regulation, reimbursement, intellectual property, team building, financing strategy, budgeting, sources of capital and more. The class ends with a Pitch Night to investors from the angel and venture capital community. If you have an idea or a venture, you may find team members in class that can help and even become part of your permanent team.
The course is open to UCSF, UC Berkeley, Stanford and the business community. Come to our information session and mixer to learn more.
Thursday, November 1, 2018 at 5:30pm to 7:30pm
Helen Diller, Bakar Auditorium 1450 3rd St.San Francisco, CA 94158