Entrepreneurial Women Lean Startup

By mmuise
Description:

This program is designed to train, educate, and empower women innovators that are looking to transform their idea into a viable startup concept, while navigating challenges that are unique to women founders.
Throughout the 8-week program, entrepreneurs will attend weekly workshops, conduct self-directed work, and acquire tangible tools to:
1. test the viability of their concept,
2. build their business plan,
3. develop their minimum viable product (MVP),
4. discover their market,
5. create their value proposition,
6. develop their fundraising strategy,
7. establish realizable goals for their startup.


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Deadline: Applications are closed. Stay tuned for future intake announcements.
Eligibility:

Applicants must:

  • be identified as a woman and are affiliated with McGill e.g., student, faculty, staff or alumni
    (graduated within the last 10 years);
  • be startups made up of 50% or more women founders;
  • be working towards validating their concept, creating a business plan, and launching their
    startup;
  • have at least one of their co-founders has technical expertise, and can build their business upon
    a technology, science, or idea that is significantly or radically disruptive;
  • be part of a team composed of multi-disciplinary professionals (including learners or graduates);
  • commit to attending all the workshops and executing the project work (required to
    maintain your participation in the program).
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About the author
mmuise