Entrepreneurship seminar will focus on technology
Jun 17, 2011 11:55 AM | Print
The Center for Entrepreneurship at Wichita State University is offering a summer seminar designed for today's entrepreneurs and small businesses seeking to keep up with the latest technology shifts.
The seminar is from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 4, in Devlin Hall. To register, go to http://tinyurl.com/3pso8rb.
The "Technology Tool Box" is a full day of training divided into two sessions: The morning session is designed to better leverage your knowledge of social couponing, mobile applications, and to measure the effectiveness of your business' marketing.
The afternoon will focus on advancing your product knowledge and help you look ahead to the future of technologies.
As a part of the center's "Practical Entrepreneur Training Tools" series, the "Technology Tool Box" aims to position entrepreneurs and small businesses to change quickly and respond to today's dynamic economic times.
Whether for a start-up or established business, these programs will provide you with the skills and knowledge to succeed.
"The focus is to help entrepreneurs take a new tool and apply it to their business in order to remain competitive one challenge at a time," said Tim Pett, director of the Center for Entrepreneurship. "The 'Technology Tool Box' is designed for today's entrepreneurs and small businesses seeking to keep up with the latest technology shifts."
Work to begin soon on five-story residence hall
New splints would stabilize injuries
Alumni profile: Kris and Leslie Wessel
Rowing regatta set for May 19
WSU senior will graduate with 4.0
Astronomy internship accepts WSU senior
Hundley working on books detailing research
Fundraising award goes to Wilson Baldridge
Faculty/staff news update: March/April 2013
Wichita State to host bestselling author
Kansas patenting data analyzed
Student profile: Karissa Gilchrist
Scholarship will support real estate interest
WSU names interim dean for business school
Strategic plan presented
Faculty profile: Bob Workman
Student profile: Laura Schlapp
SHRM Foundation scholarship recipient
Wichita Home School wins Frontier Trails BEST
New debate format should help voters
ACT prep workshop set for Oct. 13
Saturn and things that aren't comets