Are you going to the USASBE conference in January? If so, we’re trying to figure out:
Should we throw a party?
We’ll be at the conference leading a couple sessions:
- Teaching Without A Textbook – A half-day workshop on Thursday demonstrating four real-world experiential exercises you can use to teach problem validation and the entrepreneurial mindset.
- 3 Steps to Better Idea Generation – Three exercises that will help your students generate better business ideas by helping them focus less on products, and more on problems.
- Demoing Interviews & MVPs – Learn how to demo a live customer interview to your students, and use that interview to build an MVP before your students’ eyes.
So if you’re coming to the conference, we’d love to have you in those sessions.
Plus, ExEC, our new entrepreneurship curriculum is a finalist for the “USASBE Excellence in Pedagogical Innovation Award.” If you’d like to see us compete against some of the best new developments in entrepreneurship education, come by the award pitch and judging session!
But the real question we want to answer is…
Are you going to USASBE?
If you, and at least 49 other TeachingEntrepreneurship.org members are interested, we’ll rent out a space and throw a little party for us to meet up on Friday night of the conference.
Bonus: if we hit 50 registrants, we’ll get catering from SoCal’s quintessential:
If there’s enough interest in party, it’ll be a chill opportunity to meet, eat, and relax with us and other progressive entrepreneurship professors.
Please register by Dec. 6th so we can gauge demand.
Hope to see you there!