Get exposed to techniques and methodologies that will help structure your business for the next steps: MVP, Launch, Acquisition, Funding, or Restructuring. This lecture will be a fast-paced mix of case-studies, anecdotes of mistakes leading to new ways of doing business, and exposition of tools used to launch, relaunch, or modify business strategies. Learn from an international incubator that has successfully launched cannibalizing entities, B2B & B2C start-ups, and social enterprises as a result of learning from its countless failures, lack of guidance, and ego.
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Meet Your Instructor: Gabriel Garcia never set out to build an incubator, his uncanny ability to adapt to his environment and clients led him there. He is not your typical investor, inventor, entrepreneur, or business owner. His vision of what is possible, or what may be reality, is clearly different than the average joe. Where someone may see a saturated market he creates opportunity, differentiation, or a new market. While his experience is in C-Type industries, his methods, bootstrap strategies, and leadership techniques can be applied to a wide range of industries, company structures, and start-ups. Gabriel has been a involved with Rice Alliance, Station, SxSW, Galvanized, Visualized, CEO Space, and several Master Minds both Nationally and Internationally. –Gabriel Garcia, El Dude Ch.E, EIT, MBA, ADD, DL, IAERT Prerequisites: You must know what you would be willing to do with a flashlight, 100 ping-pong balls, a duck, and a roll of duct tape.
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