Build Your Business Model with Lean Canvas

Build Your Business Model with Lean Canvas

Calling all student entrepreneurs! Do you wonder if you have what it takes to be an entrepreneur? Have you been thinking about a potential business idea? Join the MacEwan University Social Innovation Institute, in partnership with 150 StartUps and Startup Edmonton, to make your business idea a reality!

You are welcome to attend one or all sessions in this student entrepreneurship series.

Please contact innovate@macewan.ca with any questions or visit www.macewan.ca/innovate.


3. Build Your Business Model with Lean Canvas - March 20, 5-8pm (Roundhouse, Main floor Allard Hall, 11110 104 Ave)

Do you:

  • Want to learn the ins and outs of building a business model?
  • Need hands-on support and feedback with your business design?
  • Wish you had a one-page overview of your business idea?

Presented by Startup Edmonton, supporting entrepreneurs, developers, students, founders, mentors, and investors to transform ideas into some of Canada's most exciting and successful startup and scaling companies.

 

Upcoming sessions in the series

4. How to Get Paying Customers for Your Business - April 3, 2-2:45pm (Roundhouse, Main floor Allard Hall, 11110 104 Ave)

Do you:

  • Need to know who your competition is?
  • Want to identify what sets your business apart from others?
  • Worry you won’t be able to find customers for your business?

Presented by Craig Elias, an award-winning entrepreneur, educator, author and a sought-after business advisor. For the past four years, Craig has been the Entrepreneur-in-Residence at Bow Valley College and runs 150 StartUps – a province-wide initiative that helps post-secondary students across Alberta become first-time entrepreneurs – and three different student pitch competitions.

5. How to Get Your Business Funded - April 3, 3-3:45pm (Roundhouse, Main floor Allard Hall, 11110 104 Ave)

Do you:

  • Want to know the best way to pitch your business idea?
  • Need to find funding for your new business?
  • Want to learn about different avenues for startup funding?

Presented by Craig Elias, an award-winning entrepreneur, educator, author and a sought-after business advisor. For the past four years, Craig has been the Entrepreneur-in-Residence at Bow Valley College and runs 150 StartUps – a province-wide initiative that helps post-secondary students across Alberta become first-time entrepreneurs – and three different student pitch competitions.

6. Event: Pitch Your Business Idea for 150 StartUps! - April 23, 5-7:30pm (Roundhouse, Main floor Allard Hall, 11110 104 Ave)

Do you:

  • Want to get feedback on your business idea?
  • Want to practice pitching your idea?

Attend this mini-pitch event where you will present your business idea to a friendly panel of business experts for feedback and comments. Participants will be provided with a format for presenting their idea in advance.

Presented by the MacEwan University Social Innovation Institute, fostering a culture of social innovation and social entrepreneurship in Edmonton.