posted on Friday, August 24, 2007

MIT Venture Vision Series

MIT Venture Lab

The Fall 2007 Venture Lab "Vision" Series: 

Every market leading company fills speeches with the word “vision.”  What does vision mean to you?  How can you think about planning your business, financing your business and operating your business with an eye toward your vision for the future?


Thursday, September 6, 2007

6:00 to 8:00pm

Doors open @ 5:30


"From an Idea to a Business"

(Part one of the Business Vision Series)

One Union Square Boardroom

600 University St., First Level

(Lower lobby, 6th Avenue level, behind the escalator)

Seattle, WA 98101


It all starts with an idea.  Many successful startups begin when a passionate entrepreneur conceives of a brilliant idea.  Many unsuccessful startups fail when the entrepreneur does not succeed at converting that idea into a profitable business.  Successfully turning that brilliant idea into a profitable business is the art of entrepreneurship.


In the first event in the fall Venture Lab series on business vision, speakers will deal with the process of turning an idea into a business.  Topics covered will include:


·         How to analyze the market effectiveness of your idea

·         How to build an organization around your idea

·         How to protect your idea (specifically dealing with intellectual property protection and patent/trade secret options)


Join Venture Lab speakers as they share their knowledge, experience and perspective surrounding this exciting topic.


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