The first NVC workshop is February 3rd!
DON'T MISS OUT! GET REGISTERED FOR THE NVC NOW!
- Choose your track. More info on the tracks can be found here.
- Register to participate in the NVC. Links for the registration forms can be found here.
- Come to the first workshop of the NVC, the Customer Experience Design Workshop on February 3rd. We need to know you are coming, so please register for the workshop here.
- Once you are registered for the NVC, we will give you a mentor and keep you updated on all the NVC workshops.
Interactive Timeline of 2014 NVC Spring Events
What is the NVC?The New Venture Challenge is CU's cross-campus entrepreneurship championships. It is an entrepreneurial flight simulator, giving the people in the CU community with an interest in starting a business a chance to give it a try while learning about the process through events, workshops, and mentors. The NVC culminates in the NVC Finals on April 22nd.
How do I get involved?The NVC is open to teams with at least one primary member who is a CU-Boulder student, faculty, or staff member. Register to participate and get yourself a mentor HERE. Spend the fall working on your idea, and building your team. Check out the nLab co-working sessions and many of the Silicon Flatirons events to work on your ideas and learn more about entrepreneurship. A few key questions to think about:
What track is right for me?
- Each different track will provide mentors and workshops that are specific to each industry.
- You can only compete in one track, but can attend events in other tracks if you are interested.
- Read more about the different tracks here.
How do I find teammates and mentors?
- Register to participate in the NVC and we will connect you with a mentor. Check out the list of our mentors HERE to see if there are any in particular you would like to connect with.
- Check out the Find A Team page. If you want to connect with the teams, email Mystery Murphy at email@example.com
- Attend nLab co-working sessions and many of the other entrepreneurial events around campus. They’re a great place to meet people and talk about your idea.
- Post on CUSkills website and describe the type of connections you are looking to make.