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INTRODUCTION TO GLOBAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND INTRAPRENEURSHIP (FUNDAMENTALS AND SKILLS TO STARTING AND BUILDING SUCCESSFUL NEW BUSINESSES)

Advanced Course on Entrepreneurship D Voice of participants.

Summary

Students learn essential skills and techniques for launching a new business, whether as an entrepreneurial startup or as a new venture within a larger, existing company. We will explore some of the key building blocks for new businesses, including fundraising, marketing, and managing a team. We will also give students a sense of the personal dimensions of building a new business. Students will hear the personal stories of guest speakers from a variety of backgrounds, including company founders, venture capitalists, corporate intrapraneurs and/or others in the entrepreneurial ecosystem.

The goal of lecture

The goal of this course is to encourage students to challenge themselves to build new science and technology-based businesses, and to give them the tools and knowledge to help them choose a successful path for themselves.

Teachers and Guest speakers

  • Toru Asahi
  • Mikiko Shimaoka
  • Stephen Willis Pollock
  • Ichiro Amimori CEO Xenoma (https://xenoma.com/)

Schedule

1st April 12 Aim of this class and introduction Toru Asahi, Stephen Willis Pollock, Mikiko Shimaoka
2nd April 19 Leading an entrepreneurial business ? mindset and motivations Stephen Willis Pollock
Guest: Ichiro Amimori
3rd April 26 Practice for coaching skills Mikiko Shimaoka
4th May 10 Creating your business plan … and getting it funded Stephen Willis Pollock
Guest: Ichiro Amimori
5th May 17 Venture Cafe Tokyo (Waseda Night): Beyond 2020 Night Supervised by SKYWARD EDGE CONSORSIUM Toru Asahi, Stephen Willis Pollock, Mikiko Shimaokai
6th May 24 Creating Your Business Plan … and Getting It Funded Stephen Willis Pollock
Guest:500 Startups Japan
7th May 31 Telling and selling your story? how to market your company Stephen Willis Pollock
Guest:Mujinn
8th June 7 Team presentation Toru Asahi, Stephen Willis Pollock, Mikiko Shimaoka

Classroom

3-202 (CTLT Classroom2)

Evaluation

No examination.
The report by calss patrcipants must be submitted after the completion of the course and be evaluated by faculties and/or guests.
Contribution to the class is also evaluated.

Syllabus

Please refer to syllabus for details.
https://www.wsl.waseda.jp/syllabus/JAA104.php?pKey=9S910100070120189S910100079S&pLng=en

Course registration is required to take the course by following procedures.

◆Students at WASEDA Univ.

⇒ Apply from My WASEDA according to schedule of enrollment.

◆Post doctoral at WASEDA Univ. (No Credits will be given.)

⇒ Apply from this form.

To take lectures of D-DATa program, apply from the application form dedicated to D-DATa program according to following procedure.

◆Students at WASEDA Univ.

⇒ Enroll from My WASEDA + Register from dedicated application form of D-DATa program.

◆Others (Students or post-doctoral at other university, Employees)

⇒ Register from dedicated application form of D-DATa program.

(Reference) Contents of lecture held in 2017

■Course Outline

Students learn essential skills and techniques for launching a new business, whether as an entrepreneurial startup or as a new venture within a larger, existing company. We will explore some of the key building blocks for new businesses, including fundraising, marketing, and managing a team. We will also give students a sense of the personal dimensions of building a new business. Students will hear the personal stories of guest speakers from a variety of backgrounds, including company founders, venture capitalists, corporate intrapreneurs and/or others in the entrepreneurial ecosystem.

■Number of participants

24

■Course schedule and guest speakers

■Classroom Situation
1st Aim of this class and introduction
■Syllabus

2017 Spring quarter (Intensive course)



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