E.g., Thursday, March 5, 2015
E.g., Thursday, March 5, 2015
E.g., Thursday, March 5, 2015
Self Paced

You don’t need to start your own business to be an entrepreneur. Author and serial entrepreneur Faisal Hoque believes a true entrepreneur is someone who pursues an opportunity with limited resources. In this course, he gives you the skills to develop thrive in a world of change.

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The Lean LaunchPad.

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Feb 11th 2015

Acumen and our course partner, Dr. Erik Simanis, will teach you how to think about and build a basic financial model from the ground up with this introductory course on financial modeling for start-up social enterprises.

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Feb 9th 2015

Learn how to get your new venture funded. Understand capital structure for new ventures. Develop an understanding of investor pitches.

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Oct 16th 2014

UC's Innovation & Design Thinking MOOC is back by popular demand. Did you miss out on some of the Innovation & Design Thinking content last year? Do you have a friend or colleague that would enjoy this free course? You and your friends are in luck - registration is now open for the 2014 UC MOOC.

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Jun 28th 2014

Have a plan for changing the world? It’s time to learn how to DO it!

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Jun 5th 2014

El Growth Hacker es uno de esos nuevos perfiles profesionales que se van a convertir en uno de los más importantes en el futuro siendo ya presente en Sillicon Valley. En realidad es un perfil que ya existe pero que no tenía nombre y que generalmente era asumido por un emprendedor o un intraemprendedor.

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Nov 4th 2013

This course examines the range of financing options that a life science/healthcare company has at the startup phase of its life cycle. In this difficult financing environment, ventures need to look to any and all sources of capital that will allow them to create value inflection points, reduce risk and position themselves for additional investment.

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May 20th 2013

Explore how to identify and develop great ideas into great companies.

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