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The Lang Center offers various stages of support and multiple ways to engage with Columbia’s entrepreneurial community. Examples of individual involvement include roles as panelists, judges, guest speakers or mentors. Companies and corporations can get involved by hiring students for internships and fulltime work or through financial and

non-financial support of our initiatives. Your involvement keeps you current with all the Lang Center has to offer and in turn benefits the entire Columbia entrepreneurship community in New York City and beyond.

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Below are a few examples of Columbia Business School's programming over the course of the semester. If you'd like to be involved with any of our programs or the larger Business School Entrepreneurship program in any way, please complete the "Get Started Now" form.

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The Fall Term

Program The Goal Your Role
Fall Venture Fair is a high energy event where invited students showcase their business ideas to potential mentors. To create a forum for students to meet seasoned professionals that will help mentor and work closely in business plan development, establish networks, and assess a venture’s viability. Informal Advisor
Entrepreneurial Greenhouse Program Admissions gives students interested in applying to the Greenhouse Program Master Class the opportunity to present their concept to members of the selection committee. Selects those students that will be admitted to the Greenhouse Program Master Class in the spring term. Evaluator
     

The Spring Term

Program The Goal Your Role
Innovation and Entrepreneurship at Columbia is a cross-University program that nurtures and leverages ideas and technologies within Columbia University that have the potential to generate returns in the form of new products or services, processes, licensing revenues, and strategic alliances. Provides a platform to explore and develop ideas by leveraging the cross-functional capabilities, knowledge, and intellectual capacity of the University at large. Judge and/or mentor
Columbia Shark Tank Competition is a student-run competition that encourages their peers to explore creative entrepreneurial ideas. Students explore these ideas while learning firsthand what goes into the development and presentation of a solid business proposal. To encourage and support innovative creativity. A. Lorne Weil ‘71 sponsored: $14,000 in cash prizes are awarded. Judge
Spring Venture Showcase is an event where faculty advisors, angel investors, venture capitalists and other evaluators help select which plans advance to present to the Lang Fund Board of Directors. Students from the Entrepreneurial Greenhouse Program, a rigorous program that supports students who wish to launch their ventures upon graduation, are expected to present at this event as part of their class. Selects students who will present to the Lang Board of Directors for potential early-stage investing. Evaluator

 

 

The Marketplace

Startup Week 2014

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Spring 2015 Events

January 11, 2015

Lean LaunchPad Block Week Class
Orientation
6:00-8:00PM

January 12-16, 2015

Lean LaunchPad Block Week Class
Professors Steve Blank and Bob Dorf
9:00-5:30PM

January 13, 2015

Lean LaunchPad-Steve Blank (Moderated by Faculty Director Sheena Iyengar)
Alumni Event
6:00-9:00PM, Columbia Startup Lab-WeWork SoHo West, 69 Charlton Street

January 27, 2015

Lang Center Info Session
12:30-2:00PM

February 22, 2015

Columbia Startup Lab-Summer
Applications Due By 11:59PM

February 24, 2015

Summer Fellowship Program
Info Session
12:30-2:00PM

February 25-March 6, 2015

Columbia Startup Lab-Summer
Interviews
12:30-2:00PM

February 26, 2015

Entrepreneur in Residence Workshop - topic to be announced
12:30-2:00PM

February 27, 2015

Columbia Shark Tank Competition
Led by the CEO
12:30-5:00PM

March 3, 2015

David S. Rose '83 Investor Pitch Workshop
12:30-2:00PM

March 5, 2015

Entrepreneur in Residence Workshop - topic to be announced
12:30-2:00PM

March 8, 2015

Columbia Startup Lab - WeWork
Applications Due By 11:59PM

March 13, 2015

Columbia Startup Lab - Summer
Admission Decisions

March 23-31, 2015

Columbia Startup Lab - WeWork
Interviews

March 26, 2015

Entrepreneur in Residence Workshop - topic to be announced
12:30-2:00PM

April 3, 2015

Columbia Startup Lab - WeWork
Deliberations

April 5, 2015

Spring Venture Showcase
Applications Due By 11:59PM

April 6, 2015

Columbia Startup Lab - WeWork
Decisions Announced

April 6, 2015

Summer Fellowship Program
Applications Due By 11:59PM

April 9, 2015

Entrepreneur in Residence Workshop - topic to be announced
12:30-2:00PM

April 20, 2015

Spring Venture Showcase
6:30-9:00PM

April 22, 2015

Inaugural Lang Advisory Board Dinner
6:30-8:30PM

April 23-24, 2015

#Startup Columbia Festival

April 24, 2015

Summer Fellowship Program
Selected Students Announced

April 27, 2015

Entrepreneurial Greenhouse Program
Annual Alumni Reception
6:30-9:00PM

May 5, 2015

Lang Fund Board Meeting

May 5, 2015

Innovation and Entrepreneurship at Columbia
Demo Event
6:30-9:00PM, Morgan Stanley

May 20, 2015

Columbia University Commencement

 

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