Course in Innovation in Berlin in Germany

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If you want to be an independent consultant, a master's of innovation will be incredibly beneficial for you. A master’s in innovation will take you through the steps of increasing a company’s bottom line and decreasing their overhead through inventive measures.

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Startup Crash Course: From Idea to Reality

TU Berlin Summer & Winter University
Campus Full time 4 weeks January 2017 Germany Berlin

From a startup idea to a successful business model and to a winning startup pitch. Startup, business launch, business model, entrepreneurship, business. [+]

Course Studies in Innovation in Berlin in Germany. January 3rd to 27th, 2017 Course price: 1.850 Euros 18 hours of class sessions per week, 5 ECTS credit points Topic From a startup idea to a successful business model and to a winning startup pitch. Startup, business launch, business model, entrepreneurship, business. Target group Anyone who: has a startup idea and doesn’t know how to start; runs a business and wants to increase the outcome; wants to become an entrepreneur, but is still guessing whether it is the right way to go. Learning Goal/Output to know where to start when launching a business; to know which steps to undertake in order to launch a business; to be able to form a high quality business model; to be able to pitch to various stakeholders. Course Components Lectures with interactive elements, case studies, interaction with real startup scene players, individual and group work aimed to form a business model, pitching. There will be 18 hours of class sessions per week. Short Description 99% of new businesses fail. We, creators of this course, think that the main reason is a bunch of myths around the startup scene. Those myths give you wrong expectations and crippled instruments. The main goal of this course is to increase the success rate of startups. We don’t do it, cause we are nice pals. Our business models are based on the success rates of startups. We really hope you will use and share the knowledge you have got here. Startup crash course offers real knowledge of how to start a company and push it to success. It will have three main parts: the structured approach, real-time experimentation and feedback. The structured approach is given through lectures and case studies, which serve as a compass. Real-time experiment consists of individual and group work that makes you try all the new concepts and implement them to your business idea. Feedback comes from interaction with successful entrepreneurs and startup scene players. Those who develop a high quality business model may be put in contact with Berlin startup supporters. Prerequisites The general prerequisites of the TU Berlin Winter University, are that candidates have B2 level English and at least one year of university experience. IMPORTANT – Every student should prepare a business idea that will be the base for individual and group tasks during the course. Think of the following questions: Who are the customers? What problem does this product solve? What are the main components of this product? Lecturer(s) Daria Markova, MBA and MA in Economics, Project leader / Coordinator of the Summer School Daria is a cofounder of a fast growing coworking space in Berlin that supports startup and tech expert communities. Her story includes working in art, nonprofit and corporate worlds. She performs as a speaker on numerous business events and as a member of startup competition juries. Her main goal is to increase the quality of startup scene. Mario Steinbuch, Entrepreneur and Startup mediator Mario is running an invite-only international business club for successful entrepreneurs, CEOs and investors. He also acts as a mediator in startup environment. Mario started his entrepreneurial journey very early. His projects include a fintech startup and even introducing a new sport to his home city! [-]