• 00:00    |    
    Initial credits
  • 00:06    |    
    Introduction by Arthur L. Chait
  • 00:49    |    
    Why become an entrepreneur?
    • Everyone has different goals
    • Primary funds
    • Will I success
    • Draper Funded Companies
    • Other investors
    • Improve your chance of success
    • Learn to pivot
  • 09:15    |    
    What investors are looking for
    • Presentation and persuasion
    • Be a story teller
    • Plan your presentation
  • 14:08    |    
    Teaching entrepreneurship
    • Demand for education
    • Different types of needs
    • Academics and practitioners
    • Different types of focus
    • Books from where you can learn
  • 20:23    |    
    Identify a business idea
    • Ways to generate ideas
    • Take away something essential
    • Combine functions
    • Alter a component
    • Rearrange functions
    • Respond to your surround
  • 29:26    |    
    Types of innovation
    • How to make money in a different way?
    • Whole Foods and Ikea
    • UPS/Toshiba
    • A better performance or system
    • Change the way you give service
  • 38:29    |    
    Develop a business plan
    • Quote, n , Bill Aulet (2003)
    • Quote, n , Eric Ries (2011)
    • The minimum viable product
    • Learn by doing
  • 43:31    |    
    Segment of questions and answers
    • Tell us the difference between entrepreneurship and an entrepreneur?
    • How do you manage loosing a very important person?
  • 51:26    |    
    EoPlex case
    • Inventing a new way to do something
    • Find a killer app
    • Internet
    • MEMs
    • 3D printing
    • How does EoPlex works?
    • Types of materials
    • Fund raising
    • CAT scan video
    • Potential markets
    • Looking for applications
    • Lunching an aggressive campaign
    • The killer app: QFN
  • 01:16:20    |    
    Final words
  • 01:16:46    |    
    Final credits

Entrepreneurship: Some Lessons Learned (Lecture for Students)

New Media  | 19 de enero de 2015  | Vistas: 16

Arthur L. Chait is known as one of the founders of EoPlex Inc., who later became Chairman in 2004. He also works as a professor at the Notre Dame de Namur University and was recently named as the president of The Antigua Forum at Francisco Marroquin University. Mr. Chait has been working on business, marketing and engineering for more than 10 years and it has rewarded him with a lot of experience. During his conference he points out how he teaches his students to become entrepreneurs, and the way they can achieve their ideas. His EoPlex case shows the importance of finding the killer app that is going to make your product the next new big thing in market.


Entrepreneur, mentor and professor


Nuestra misión es la enseñanza y difusión de los principios éticos, jurídicos y económicos de una sociedad de personas libres y responsables.

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