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Technology Entrepreneurship Part 2 (Summer 16')

Tuesday, July 5, 2016 to Tuesday, August 30, 2016
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Technology Entrepreneurship (TE)

TE introduces the fundamentals of technology entrepreneurship pioneered in Silicon Valley and now spreading globally.

This is an online course where participants are learning in teams and practicing entrepreneurship through concrete projects, some of which have become real startups.

With more than 200000 students throughout 8 sessions, TE has grown into a worldwide community of entrepreneurs learning the best startup methodologies and developing their ideas. Many of the alumni are continuing to build their startups beyond the class and mentoring teams in new cohorts.

We now offer 4 regular runs of the class, one each quarter, split in two sessions, TE1, focused on early idea validation, and TE2, oriented toward product market fit.

Technology Entrepreneurship Part 2

This is the second part of TE with a focus on moving forward a tested idea and starting to test marketing channels and doing your first few sales. By the end of this class you will have a refined business model with an understanding of the necessary partnerships, how to reach your customers and what price and sales model to use. You will also begin exploring funding options and build a list of potential investors.


Professor Chuck Eesley

Chuck Eesley

Assistant Professor, Management Science & Engineering
Stanford University


Chuck Eesley
Tech Entrep.

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