Business Models in Education

    Wednesday, October 15, 2014


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  4. Organizing Team
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Business Models in Education

Wednesday, October 15, 2014



Wednesday, October 15, 2014
Event starts at 6:00 pm

Startup Hall
1100 NE Campus Pkwy
Seattle, WA

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Business Models in Education Workshop!

Learn about trending business models in education and immediately apply your knowledge in a hands-on workshop using the business model canvas. Hear from an experienced entrepreneur about their business model.

Participants will also receive resources for further exploration.

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EVENT SCHEDULE

Agenda:


6:00 pm
Registration
Check in and mingle for a bit.


6:15 pm
Welcome


6:20 pm
Business Model Canvas Intro
See an example of the canvas with a business you're familiar with


6:25 pm
Groupwork - Canvas
Work with your group to flesh out a business model on the canvas


6:35 pm
Canvas Sharing
Teams share out their results


6:45 pm
Groupwork - Innovate
See what happens when you innovate your business model


6:55 pm
Sharing and Debrief
Teams share their business model innovations and how it affected their canvas


7:05 pm
Challenges and Solutions in Education


7:15 pm
Guest Speaker and Q&A


7:30 pm
Close and Networking



Speakers


Mike Blumenstein



Organizing Team

Startup Weekend Seattle is 100% led by volunteer community leaders.
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  • Carina
    Box
  • Marion
    Desmazières
  • Thibaut
    Labarre
  • Jay
    Lyman
  • Alex
    Diaz
  • Marion
    Scichilone

Facilitators


John Baldo
Startup Weekend Education, Program Manager

John is the program manager of Startup Weekend Education where he develops resources and programs to help anyone engage in entrepreneurship to solve problems in education. He is a software engineer by trade and recently worked on several K-12 edtech products at Amplify. He briefly worked as a Pre-Algebra and Geometry Teacher. His current side hustle is building community in hometown of Oakland.


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