UNC Kenan-Flagler's Center for Entrepreneurial Studies

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  • 1. UNC Kenan-Flagler Business SchoolCenter for Entrepreneurial Studies Center for Entrepreneurial Studies2011-2012 Year in Review - Entrepreneurship Classes - Startups Launching - Launch the Venture - Carolina Challenge - VCIC - Coffee for Eight Sept Oct. Nov. Dec Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. . .
  • 2. Entrepreneurship Classes 2011-12 Academic Year 786 students 28 classes 1,295 seats filled 358 students 13 classes 268 students 11 classes 25 students/section 30 students/section 1. Business Plan Analysis 1. Eship and Bus. Planning (3 sec.) 2. Designing and Protecting Startups 2. Entrepreneurial Consulting (3 sec.) 60 students 3. Eship & Minority Econ. Dev. 3. Entrepreneurial Finance 3 classes 18 students/section 4. Family Enterprise: Introduction 5. Family Enterprise: Ownership 4. Family Enterprise: Intro 6. Innovation & Product Dev. 5. Family Enterprise: Ownership 7. Intro Entrepreneurship 6. GLOBE: Private Equity 1. New Ventures Discovery (2 sec.) 8. Launching the Venture I-IV 2. New Ventures Launch 7. GLOBE: Global Venturing 9. Private Deal Structures 3. Global Entrepreneurship Lab 8. New Product Development 54% of class of 2012 10. Private Equity & Debt Markets 9. New Ventures Analysis 11. Social Entrepreneurship 12. Student Run PE Fund 10. Private Equity took an entrepreneurship course 13. Venture Capital Deals 11. Sust. Bus. and Social Eship (2 sections) • 4 sections of 3 courses 75% of class of 2012 took an entrepreneurship course 61% of class of 2012 took an entrepreneurship course• 184 2nd Years, 128 1st Years, 46 other • 188 seniors, 63 juniors, 17 other• 35 concentrators in class of 2012 • 15 emphasizers in class of 2012 Coming Spring 2013• 23 sections of 16 courses • 16 sections of 11 courses
  • 3. 20 Startups Launching 2011-12 Academic Year Center for Entrepreneurial Studies 10 include Kenan-Flagler MBAs Helping Fashion Entrepreneurs Portable GlucoseLuxury Footwear Health Monitoring HeroMe Analytics for fitness and health Pinterest for Teachers Customized Superheroes B2B Video Find Garden Experts Craft a better world STENCIL Students and Teachers Employing Investing in the Community New Criteria in LearningGift Search Engine Waitlist Platform Mobile Water Quality Interactive, Fun Healthiness Wireless Nurse Call Odorless Portable Toilets Real and Delicious Food
  • 4. Launching the VentureIntense weekly lectures and coaching Center for Entrepreneurial Studiessessions for UNC students, faculty and staffstartups. Instructors, students and coaches at Launch wrap-up event. 99 Students 51 Coaches Including 34 Current MBAs or Including 27 Current BSBAs Departments Represented Entrepreneurs - Biochemistry Undergrad BSBA - Biomedical Engineering 25 Not- (non-BSBA) - Business (MBA & BSBA) affiliated - Communication Studies 20 Current Entrepreneurs 15% - Computer Science - Environmental Sciences 15 Grad - Health Policy & Mgmt. Faculty/Staf Students - Medicine 10 f (non-MBA) 14% - Pharmacy 25% - Political Science 5 - Public Health 0 MBA Alumni Community Faculty Students (23) (25) (3) 37% MOD 1 Feasibility MOD 2 Planning MOD 3 Financing LAUNCHED 32 teams 21 teams 11 teams 7 teams
  • 5. Carolina Challenge $50,000 new venture competition for Center for Entrepreneurial Studies UNC students, staff, faculty, and alumni. Public Health PhD student Alice Wang with MBA 2nd-year Alan Departments Represented • Biology Lefebvre on KM Water Solutions 258 Competitors • Biomedical Engineering holding winning check. Including 79 Current MBAs or • Biostatistics BSBAs • Business 142 Judges • Chemistry • Communication Studies 237 total judge slots • Computer Science • Economics Alumni • Environmental Sciences and Current Entrepreneurs 33 Engineering Undergrad • Exercise and Sport Science 16 Total Individuals (141) Non-UNC (non-BSBA) • Genetics Teammates 73 • Global Studies • Health Policy & Management 30 26 • History • Information and Library Science Faculty/Staff • International Studies 15 52 • Journalism • Law school 2 MBA Undergrad • Medicine 27 Students • Neurology 15 (BSBA) Grad • Nutrition 31 48 • Pharmacy Students • Philosophy Alumni (57) Faculty/Staff Industry (non-MBA) • Physics and Astronomy (17) Professionals 31 • Psychiatry (68) • Psychology • Public Health • Sociology13 Events Bus. Plan Info Pitch Prep Session Elevator Prep Workshop Semifinals Prep Session Sept Oct. Nov. Dec Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. . . Idea Hatch Pitch Party Elevator Pitch Semifinals Track Finals FINALS (43 participants) (48 teams) Round (68 teams) (32 teams) (16 teams) (4 teams)
  • 6. Pitch PartyOne night of super-networking for UNC Center for Entrepreneurial Studiescommunity: students, faculty, staff and alumni. BSBA Will Clayton Pitches at the 1st Annual Pitch Party to win 2nd Place. 140 Competitors on 48 Teams Including 20 Current MBAS or BSBAs 64 Judges Faculty/ Including 26 Current Entrepreneurs Staff 4% Current Entrepreneurs MBA Undergrad Students (non-BSBA) 19% 23% 5 Total Individuals (64) 20 1 20 Grad Undergrad 8 10 Students (BSBA) (non-MBA) 24% Alumni (28) Industry Faculty/Staff 30% Professionals (11) (25)
  • 7. VCIC Venture Capital Investment CompetitionNetwork of 50 events teaching venture Center for Entrepreneurial Studiescapital to top MBA students on threecontinents. Some of the judges, entrepreneurs and advisors at VCIC International Finals at Kenan-Flagler April 13, 2012. 1,200 MBA students 175 venture capitalists 125 entrepreneurs 60 business schools 50 events 10 partner schools 3 continents Fundraising: $400,000 (9 years)  Net: +$95,000 Partner Schools 7
  • 8. Coffee for Eight ∞Seven students matched with special guest Center for Entrepreneurial Studiesspeakers for an intimate morning meeting. 56 Students 9 Featured Guests Faculty/ Kate Blanchard PerkinElmer Informatics Bioentrepreneur, MBA‘08 Staff 2 Andy Dreyfuss Piedmont Angel Network Angel Investor Undergrad (BSBA) Elaine Bolle RTP Capital Angel Investor 13 Tina Prevatte Farmhand Foods Social Entrepreneur, MBA Grad Lorenzo Mejia SIMTone Corporation ‘09 MBA Students 2 Students Jason Caplain Southern Capitol Ventures Serial Entrepreneur 39 Judith Cone UNC Chancellor’s Office VC Martin Sinozich Venn Capital Entrepreneurship guru Bob Creeden Entrepreneur/Angel Investor Blackstone Entrep. Network Entrepreneur/VC Andy Tina Jason Bob Dreyfuss Prevatte Caplain CreedenSept Oct. Nov. Dec Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr.. . Judith Martin Kate Elaine Lorenzo Blanchard Bolle Mejia Cone Sinozich