Pitch preparation is considered critical for entrepreneurs in order to attract investor funding for their startups. But… what if, as an entrepreneur, you had no time to practice your pitch? And no idea what your business concept is as you were about to present your pitch? Scary? Very. Lessons to be learned? Absolutely! In this informative and hilarious session by GW Professor Stuart Levy, students will push outside of their comfort zone by delivering a pitch presentation on a subject they have never seen, and on a business concept they will (hopefully) come up with as they view slides along with us. In the process, we will learn how the five skills of play, empathy, creativity, experimentation, and reflection support development of our entrepreneurial selves.
Organizer: Professor Stuart Levy