Solve problems—Entrepreneurship

27Sep202213:00
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14:00
 Workshop #3 - Customer Discovery

This workshop will provide an overview on the customer discovery process and then delve deeper into how to conduct customer interviews and how to iterate on your business model canvas.

 

Classified as: McGill Engine Centre, "Entrepreneurship, innovation, Workshop"
29Sep202217:00
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19:00
TechAccel Showcase

Come and meet our TechAccel teams! Student startup teams funded and supported by The McGill Engine will be present to demo their projects and businesses! Grantees from the Fall 2021, Winter 2022 and Summer 2022 cohorts will be present. 

 

Classified as: McGill Engine Centre, Social events, "Entrepreneurship, innovation, showcase, pitching"
4Oct202213:00
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14:00
 Workshop #4 - Market Research and Analysis of Competition

This workshop will provide an overview of the different types of market research, how to analyze the competition, and the resources available at McGill to perform market research.

Classified as: McGill Engine Centre, "Entrepreneurship, innovation, Workshop"
18Oct202213:00
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14:00
 Workshop #5 – Foundations of IP and Patent Searching

This workshop will demystify and explain the various form of intellectual property (IP), namely, patents, industrial designs, copyright, trademarks, and trade secrets. We will then do some actual patent searching with our librarian April Colosimo using the DERWENT worldwide patent database. 

 

Classified as: McGill Engine Centre, "Entrepreneurship, innovation, Workshop"
25Oct202213:00
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14:00
 Workshop #6 – Startup Law 101

This workshop run by Compass Startup Legal Clinic will discuss common legal questions faced by startups and explain concrete steps that founders should consider to ensure a strong legal foundation for their venture.  Topics will include:

 

Classified as: McGill Engine Centre, "Entrepreneurship, innovation, Workshop"
14Nov202212:00
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14:00
 Managing People

In this workshop, participants will learn basic principles to manage individual employees. Managing people involves identifying potential in employees, assigning tasks accordingly, supporting employees to develop to their full potential, and manage lack of performance.

Classified as: SKILLSETS Graduate Workshops, teaching and learning services
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