Funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF), the Milwaukee I-Corps Program offers researchers and entrepreneurs a chance to explore the viability of their technologies and ventures through the “Lean Startup” or “Lean Launch” process of direct engagement with the potential markets. Through a five-week workshop, participants are coached on designing and validating a business model around their idea and deciding whether the idea is a go/no-go decision based on their business model. Regardless of the go/no-go outcome, teams will develop valuable skills in discovering the market – skills that will inform their research, business, and careers.
ENROLLMENT IS NOW OPEN.
We are now accepting applications for the NSF I-Corps Spring 2018 Session.
Rolling admission: Feb/March 2018
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