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Course: TEM 494/598- The Art of Leadership
ASU Tech Startup Happy Hour
Spotlight on The Innovation Ecosystem Phoenix
Launch Days: Making Conversation
Arizona State University Innovation Open
Live @ The Lunch: E&I Fulton Speaker Series
Venture Devils MedTech Part 1
Launch Days: From Peace Corps to Social Entrepreneurship
Deadline: Apply to Change the World
Deadline: Changemaker Community Action Grants
Open Pitch Week – Virtual
Launch Days: Venture Devils Application Workshop
Deadline: Apply to Venture Devils
Deadline: Rice Business Plan Competition
Venture Devils MedTech Part 2
Change the World
ASU Techiepalooza powered by Hool Coury Law
Who: ASU’s top techies and visiting founder guests, are invited to mix and mingle with ASU’s most dynamic startup founders, along with some of the most influential leaders of our thriving innovation ecosystem, including Michael Hool, of Hool Coury Law, and Jake Slatnick, ASU Alum co-founder of Aira Power
What: Techiepalooza, powered by Hool Coury Law, is an exciting innovation mixer where venture developers and product builders collide - and techies are the stars of the show. Plus, enjoy complimentary startup-style refreshments (pizza + caffeine).
ASU Tech Startup Happy Hour - Powered by ASU E+I @ Fulton and Hool Coury Law
Who: ASU’s top and aspiring tech venture founders, including faculty spinout founders, and management team members are invited. The event will feature an informal round of introductions (or lightning venture pitches) by all in attendance.
What: E+I @ Fulton Startup Happy Hour powered by Hool Coury Law, is a monthly networking opportunity for all ages. Complimentary appetizers and soft drinks will be provided, and a hosted bar will be available to all innovators over 21.
When: Thursday, February 9, 2023; 3-5 pm
Where: Downtown Tempe – Canopy by Hilton Hotel, 108 E University Dr, Tempe, AZ 85281; in the “Mural Room” at Alter Ego Restaurant
Who: All founders, entrepreneurs, innovators, and investors!
What: Join us for this exciting evening with out-of-towners, our usual innovation community, and see the best of the best in Phoenix! Our Premier sponsors for the evening, Lucid will have their latest luxury cars onsite and the University of Arizona Health Sciences will demo their e-doctor, a talking, diagnosing, manikin. Lime and Spin will demo electric scooters and bikes. TGen will share their latest research. Founders Workshop and Meteor Studio will be taking us into the Metaverse. Surprise Super Bowl guests, fun giveaways, inspiring fireside chats, nibbles, cocktails, and more…
Launch Days: Discover Possibilities with Entrepreneurship
Who: All ASU students interested in entrepreneurship and innovation.
What: Each semester, the J. Orin Edson Entrepreneurship + Innovation Institute hosts a month-long campaign to promote and spread awareness about the programs and resources available to ASU students to explore entrepreneurship. This February, the Edson Entrepreneurship + Innovation Institute will be hosting a series of events and opportunities for you to participate in, including opportunities to learn from entrepreneurs, connect with other entrepreneurial students, and a whole week of Open Pitch events which are opportunities for you to pitch your idea for a chance to win $250.
Who: All those in the ASU community interested in the top up and coming student-led ventures.
What: The top 25 student venture teams from around the world compete for the chance to earn their share of over $200,000 in prizes. The event will consist of interviews, keynote speakers, a live pitch by Hubly Surgical, and a presentation of awards for the top ventures. After the closing remarks, visit the venture showcase booths.
Live @ The Lunch: E&I Fulton Speaker Series at Poly--Powered by TEM
Who: All Students, Faculty, and Staff looking to empower their entrepreneurial mindset.
What: Live @ The Lunch is an Entrepreneurship & Innovation Speaker series aimed to leverage an entrepreneurial mindset to advance ideas for the benefit of the economy and society. The series will feature industry leaders as speakers presenting recommendations and best practices as well as their experiences as rising professionals focused on technology innovation and market impact. This event will feature Cody Van Cleve and Lynne Nethken of Halee Solar Integrated. Free food will be available during the event.
Venture Devils MedTech: How To Turn Your Idea Into a Business Reality
Who: All Students and Faculty interested in commercializing a MedTech Idea.
What: You are invited to a 2 part series on How To Turn Your IdeaInto Business Reality hosted by the J. Orin Edson Entrepreneurship + Innovation Institute. There are so many exciting things to do when you are first starting your new venture. It can be overwhelming and figuring out what to prioritize can be challenging. Join the MedTech community to learn about key resources and opportunities available to you to turn your MedTech idea into business reality. You’ll hear directly from leaders in the ecosystem as you envision the future of your business. Free food will be provided for in-person participants.
When: Part 1: 2/15/23 12 pm-2 pm MST
Part 2: 3/1/23 12 pm-2 pm MST
Where: Hybrid: Online Via Zoom or in person at 850 PBC
Why: This is a great opportunity to network with peers in the MedTech space and learn best practices to jumpstart your venture.
Who: All of ASU's Top Innovators, Entrepreneurs, and Changemakers.
What: Change the World is a celebration of student imagination, efforts, and achievements in making the world a better place. The event has four ways to participate: Art Exhibits, Exhibitions, Pitch Competitions, and Talent Performances. Please check the attached slide deck for more information on each way you can participate.
When: Application Deadline: 2/17/2023
Event: 3/15/2023, at 5 pm
Who: ASU’s top innovators and aspiring entrepreneurs looking to make a positive change in our communities.
What: Changemaker Challenge is an opportunity for undergraduate and graduate students from all four ASU Campuses and online to make a difference in local and global communities through an innovative project, prototype, entrepreneurial venture, or community partnership. Here are brief descriptions of each of their funding opportunities:
Changemaker Challenge ($2,500) - Make a difference in local and global communities through an innovative project, prototype, entrepreneurial venture, or community partnership.
Civic Engagement and Service Grant ($1,500) - Make a difference by creating and implementing a positive change through civic engagement, and promoting the quality of life through political or non-political means.
Sustainability Challenge ($1,500) - ASU is currently rated #2 in the country and #7 globally for sustainability. How will you help ASU reach #1?
When: The deadline to apply is 2/20/2023.
Why: Apply to get funding for your projects that positively change our communities.
Any questions about the grants or the grant process can be directed to Destiny Allen at firstname.lastname@example.org
Who: All innovators and entrepreneurs looking to further develop their leadership skills.
What: Dare to unlock your highest potential through a breathwork-based self-discovery program that helps you develop clarity, purpose, and authenticity. This course provides an application of leadership strategies to personal development and conscious leadership, within organizational and workplace contexts for technology entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs.
When: It is a Spring B session course, beginning March 13th.
Where: Hybrid, Classes will meet online with three mandatory workshops on the Tempe campus throughout the semester.
Why: This class is a great opportunity to develop key leadership skills and help apply them to your venture.
Who: ASU’s top innovators and aspiring entrepreneurs looking to pitch their venture ideas.
What: Have an idea? Whether it's an idea you just thought of or something you've been brainstorming for a while, we encourage you to pitch it during Open Pitch Week February 20-24! During Open Pitch, ASU students have the opportunity to share their idea virtually in a 2-minute pitch, receive feedback from Entrepreneurship Catalysts and connect with other ASU students interested in entrepreneurship. The crowd favorite at each Open Pitch event wins $250 in funding to support their idea.
Apply to Venture Devils & Turn Your Idea Into Reality Who: All ASU students, faculty, staff, alumni, and community entrepreneurs with an affiliation with ASU are encouraged to apply.
What: Venture Devils empowers the entrepreneurial success of founders by connecting them with Venture Mentors who provide personalized support. Accepted founders also receive direct access to ASU seed funding opportunities, training and development offerings, and venture development spaces.
When + Where: The Venture Devils program operates year-round on all campuses and online.
Application Deadline: Sunday, February 26, 2023, at 11:59 PM
Why: ASU-affiliated entrepreneurs who apply now will be eligible to compete in the Spring 2023 Demo Day to vie for their share of over $200,000 in available seed grant funding.
Apply to Compete in the Rice Business Plan Competition
Who: All of ASU's Top Innovators and Entrepreneurs.
What: The Rice Business Plan Competition (RBCP) showcases the best university startups from all across the U.S. and the World. This competition provides student entrepreneurs the experience of pitching their venture and learning what it takes to build and launch a successful business. Students will compete to find investors and win their share in over $1+ million in prizes. The RBPC is looking for teams with at least two current student founders pursuing a graduate degree (MA, Ph.D., etc.) and fall into one of the following 5 sectors: Energy, Cleantech & Sustainability, Life Science & Healthcare Solutions, Hard Tech, Digital Enterprise, or Consumer Products & Services.
When: Application Deadline: 2/28/2023
Why: RBPC allows your venture to gain real-world experience, receive mentorship, feedback, and guidance from investors and entrepreneurs, and network with other founders.
Looking For More on Innovation and Entrepreneurship?
Check out the Entrepreneurship and Innovation at Fulton Schools Youtube Channel. If you are into podcasts, then we recommend checking out the How We Innovate Podcast presented by the Master's in Innovation and Venture Development (MSIVD).
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