Learn all about entrepreneurship research and resources Vanderbilt has to offer at this three part workshop series! No experience is necessary for these workshops, which will be presented virtually. Recordings will be available upon request.
These workshops are open to all Vanderbilt students, faculty, and staff along with community members.
Session 1: Professional Business Planning Tools at Vanderbilt University
Join us on Tuesday, April 5th at 4:00pm on Zoom to learn the professional business planning tools that Vanderbilt has to offer.
Walker Management Library’s own Librarian for Business, Robbi De Peri will cover business plan basics, including company and competitor research, industry insights and benchmarking, as well as customer segments and market research.
Session 2: Legal and Patent Resources at Vanderbilt University
Join us on Tuesday, April 12th at 4:00pm on Zoom to learn about Vanderbilt’s legal and patent resources.
Mark Williams, Head of Collection Services and Lecturer in Law at the Massey Law Library, and Joshua Borycz, Librarian for STEM Research at the Stevenson Science & Engineering Library, will discuss legal consideration and patent searching.
Session 3: STEM and BioMed Resources at Vanderbilt University
Join us on Tuesday, April 19th at 4:00pm on Zoom to learn about STEM and BioMed resources at Vanderbilt.
Joshua Borycz, Librarian for STEM Research at the Stevenson Science & Engineering Library, and Heather LaFerriere, Health Sciences Informationist at Eskind Biomedical Library, will be discussing STEM and BioMed resources for entrepreneurship.
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