Workshop Schedule

Learn the skills needed to start your own business. 

The Wilson Centre's Start-up Workshops are open to everyone and highly recommended for those planning to enter the i3 Idea Challenge. Topics include market feasibility, cash flow projections, operations, pitching & more. All workshops are FREE for University of Saskatchewan students.

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Wed, Feb 12th

5:00-7:00 pm

Laying the Groundwork: Explore your goals, strengths/weaknesses & where to find the resources you’ll need to help you get started.

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Vince Bruni-Bossio (Edwards School of Business)

 

Roy Romanow Council Chambers (Room 110.3), Upper Place Riel, #1 Campus Drive

Wed, Feb 26th

5:00-7:00 pm

Cash Flow Projections & Startup Costs: What are your startup costs? Can your business make money? How much will you have to sell and at what price to break even?

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Taunya Woods-Richardson (Let's Talk Money Financial Fitness Bootcamps)

 

Roy Romanow Council Chambers (Room 110.3), Upper Place Riel, #1 Campus Drive

Wed, Mar 5th

5:00-6:00 pm

(followed by the Team Formation Mixer)

Market Feasibility & Demand: Who is going to buy your product/service and why? Assess the size of the market, competition, and potential growth opportunities.

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Stephanie Yong (The Wilson Centre for Entrepreneurial Excellence)

Roy Romanow Council Chambers (Room 110.3), Upper Place Riel, #1 Campus Drive

Wed, Mar 19th

5:00-7:00 pm

Taking the Leap: From business structure, to distribution channels, building relationships, managing risk & more, have your startup questions answered.

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TBA

Roy Romanow Council Chambers (Room 110.3), Upper Place Riel, #1 Campus Drive

Wed, April 9th

4:00-6:00 pm

Presenting: Improve your presentation skills to help effectively pitch your idea.

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Heather Morrison (Saskatoon Media Group) 

 

Roy Romanow Council Chambers (Room 110.3), Upper Place Riel, #1 Campus Drive