About The Event
Are you ready for an intense and fast-paced 48-hours that’s reflective of a real-life entrepreneurial journey?
Whether you are a startup novice or an entrepreneur with some experience, book your tickets now for the INSEAD Centre for Entrepreneurship Start-up Bootcamp and be prepared to:
- sanity check startup ideas
- build teams that deal with uncertainty
- practice managing internal conflicts
- validate start-up risk appetite
- practice idea generation to pitch
- take-away frameworks
- test entrepreneurial acumen
This is “minimum viable product” throughout – identical to the start-up world. There won’t be time to fully validate your theories or fine tune your outputs – we encourage you to explore other activities offered by ICE to further your entrepreneurship experience. This workshop will inspire you to explore entrepreneurship more deeply or encourage you to pursue entrepreneurship in a more structured environment – such as Corporate Innovation, Venture Capitalism or Angel Investing.
IMPORTANT NOTE: We will need a minimum of 30 participants in order to run the bootcamp. If we do not have 30 participants by 8 January, the bootcamp will be cancelled and a full refund will be issued.
What is the refund policy?
Registrations cancelled by 8 January, 2018 will receive a 100% refund. No refunds will be given for registrations cancelled after this date.
What is the schedule?
The schedule is “make no other plans as this is all consuming!” Bootcamps run from 7pm on Day One to 7pm on Day Three and will require full dedication for the 48 hours.
Do I need to have a venture idea or team to participate?
You DO NOT need to have a team organised or an idea predetermined before starting the bootcamp. You will hear people talk and think out loud about ideas. There is a chance that if you organise a team in advance you might hear someone else’s idea and want to build a team with them. Organising into teams is purely up to the participants; we will not assign teams or ideas.
Who is the Bootcamp Director?
Raomal Perera is an Adjunct Professor of Entrepreneurship at INSEAD and was the co-founder of two technology companies; ISOCOR (listed on Nasdaq) and Valista (acquired by Intel). He teaches, mentors and invests in startups. He is joined by Rohan Perera, who works with him at LeanDisruptor. Rohan is an entrepreneur and mentor to start-ups. Raomal and Rohan have run many lean startup workshops and courses and are regular attendees at the annual Lean Startup conference in San Francisco.
Have questions about INSEAD Startup Bootcamp: 2 Feb to 4 Feb 2018, Singapore? Contact Rudolf & Valeria Maag INSEAD Centre for Entrepreneurship