“24 Steps to a Successful Startup” with MIT Senior Lecturer Bill Aulet ’94
Wednesday, August 7, 2013 from 12:30 PM to 2:15 PM (EDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
MIT alumni have founded 25,600 companies as of 2006, and the pace has only accelerated over time as we’ve learned more about how to start great businesses. Now, serial entrepreneur and MIT senior lecturer Bill Aulet SM ’94 puts together decades of wisdom and experience in Disciplined Entrepreneurship: 24 Steps to a Successful Startup, a comprehensive, integrated, and proven step-by-step approach to start a company through creating an innovative, highly successful product.
Bill first put elements of the 24 Steps into practice when he co-founded MIT spinout SensAble Technologies in the mid-1990s. Now, as managing director of the Martin Trust Center for MIT Entrepreneurship, he teaches hundreds of prospective entrepreneurs each year, both at MIT and around the world, constantly applying and refining the 24 Steps methodology. Disciplined Entrepreneurship is the result.
At the event, which marks the first day books are available to the public, Bill will discuss MIT’s legacy and leadership in entrepreneurship, the MIT stories that led to Disciplined Entrepreneurship, and why discipline is an underrated and extremely important part of being a successful entrepreneur. He will also answer your questions and sign copies of the book.
Disciplined Entrepreneurship breaks down new venture product creation into 24 discrete steps that any industrious person can learn and apply. So whether you’re a first-time or repeat entrepreneur, Disciplined Entrepreneurship gives you the tools you need to improve your odds of making a product people want, and in a way that will sustain your new business.
Please join us on Wednesday, August 7 for this special event!
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Martin Trust Center for MIT Entrepreneurship
The Martin Trust Center for MIT Entrepreneurship provides the expertise, support, and connections needed for MIT students to become effective entrepreneurs.