Subsite Background

Zero-to-One (0-2-1)

LEI has curated a series of workshops to provide students with crucial knowledge to start impactful entrepreneurial pursuits. Upon completion of the three workshops, students will be able to 1. devise ideas with purposes; 2. incorporate critical business elements; and 3. combine these into a thoughtful entrepreneurial proposal

While the workshops can be attended separately, we encourage students to attend all three as preparation for applications to LEI-managed programmes (fundings, bootcamps, etc). 

 

  Workshop 1 Workshop 2 Workshop 3
Title Ideas, Ideas, Ideas Dollars & Sense Critique Consulting
Objectives
  • To introduce students to the concept of ideation and its importance in the entrepreneurial process
  • To provide participants with tools and techniques for generating and evaluating business ideas
  • To encourage participants to think creatively and develop innovative solutions to real-world problems
  • To introduce students to the concept of the business model canvas and its role in developing a successful business
  • To provide students with the tools and skills needed to effectively use the business model canvas to develop and refine their business ideas
  • To encourage students to think critically about their business model and make informed decisions about how to grow and scale their venture
  •  To provide students with constructive feedback on their business ideas and business model canvas, highlighting areas of strength and potential areas for improvement
  • To encourage students to think critically about their business ideas and consider alternative approaches to addressing key challenges
Date 30 Oct 2023 (Mon) 06 Nov 2023 (Mon) 13 Nov 2023 (Mon)
Time 17:30 - 19:30 17:30 - 19:30 17:30 - 19:30
Venue LKK 207 LKK 205 LKK 205
Medium Face-to-face, in English Face-to-face, in English Face-to-face, in English
ILP Units (pending approval) 2 2 2
Registration link Ideas, Ideas, Ideas Dollars and Sense Critique Consulting

 

To find out more, please contact LEI at lei@ln.edu.hk, or Ms Aka Tsang at 2616 8067.