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STRAMGT 308: Entrepreneurship from the Perspective of Women

This seminar will showcase successful women entrepreneurs and their professional and personal journeys. We will study how they navigated finding an idea, forming and building a team, being an effective leader, raising money, overcoming setbacks, and assembling a board. We will explore some of the unique challenges women face when approaching entrepreneurship. Speakers will also include female venture capitalists and social entrepreneurs, and male entrepreneurs. The class will use cases, panel discussions, readings and videos and social time with the panelists. nnnThis class is appropriate for women and men considering starting a high-impact venture as well as those who are just curious about entrepreneurship. This class will help you understand your own capabilities and interest in being an entrepreneur.
Units: 3 | Grading: GSB Student Option LTR/PF
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