Develop a business idea this spring at Fordham GBA
Areas of Study , Entrepreneurship , Entrepreneurship Society , Featured Events Student Organizations & Clubs | Dec 07, 2011 | Nicole Gesualdo
Gabelli students and alumni are welcome to sign up for the third iteration of the Fordham Accelerator for Business, a program at the graduate school that helps current and future entrepreneurs workshop a business idea into a viable proposition.
The cost for the entire program is only $150 for current students and alumni who have graduated within the last three years, and $450 for alumni of prior classes. It begins on January 9 and includes four hours a week of in-class time.
More information about the program, and a registration link, can be found here. Applications are due by December 27.
First offered in summer 2011, FAB, as it is known around Fordham’s entrepreneurial community, has since broadened its offerings to include two program tracks, each geared toward businesses in a different phase. Participants for spring 2012 may choose between FAB I, which focuses on a feasibility analysis and market assessment for businesses in the pre-stages, and FAB II, which involves the drafting of a business plan and a presentation to venture-capital professionals.
More details are also available on the FAB web page.
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