The Princeton Startup Bootcamp is a two-day intensive program offered for graduate students and postdocs who are interested in entrepreneurship. The Bootcamp is presented by VentureWell, a leading startup accelerator. This program is designed for those curious about what it takes to bring an idea to market.
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The arts world is also synonymous with New York City. In partnership with Lewis Center for the Arts, Stephen Kim and Mark Stevens shared perspectives and experiences around innovations in the visual arts.
With NYC as one of the sports and entertainment capitals of the world, alumni in the sports industry discussed their strategies to innovate, attract new customer segments, and build their brands.
Majora Carter shared highlights of an undergraduate course she is teaching this spring that focuses on her visionary work to transform low-status communities into thriving mixed-use local economies and to increase wealth-building opportunities for populations historically left out.
TigerTalks is PEC's signature panel discussion and networking series featuring faculty and alumni entrepreneurs discussing a particular topic from both founder and funder perspectives.
Tiger2Tiger brings in a variety of alumni entrepreneurs to lead a series of workshops on funding and managing your startup.
Princeton Entrepreneurship Council's Startup Showcases shine a light on extraordinary Princeton founders, with compelling business plans across the spectrum of industry sectors and social impact enterprises, and helping them make valuable connections with alumni and investors.