Entrepreneurship Workshop organized by VinUniversity Entrepreneurship Lab

Event date: 08/07/2021

  • Are you someone who wants to launch a startup and become the Founder of a business?
  • Do you want to learn more about entrepreneurship from people who have both academic and practical experience in founding, financing, launching, and running businesses?
If the answer is “Yes”, then you should register for the entrepreneurship workshop “Founders and Entrepreneurs – What it means to be First”, a workshop co-organized by VinUni Entrepreneurship Lab and Cornell University. The session will feature Professor Steven Gal, a career technology entrepreneur and entrepreneurship professor at the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business, Cornell University. Over more than 25 years as an entrepreneur, Prof. Gal has participated in the founding, funding, building, operating and/or turnaround of over 100 startups. He has also been an active venture capital investor and advisor to entrepreneurs and their companies.
Details of the workshop are as follow:
🕗 Time: July 8, 2021, 8PM-9:30PM Vietnam time (6am-7:30am California, 9am-10:30am EDT)
💻 The session will be conducted online through Zoom and in English
This workshop is the first one in the series of entrepreneurship workshops, co-organized by VinUni Entrepreneurship Lab and Cornell University. The series aims to help young changemakers explore the critical roles of founders and entrepreneurs, and build personal insights into their entrepreneurial goals.
From the very beginning, VinUniversity has strived to become a university with an entrepreneurship spirit. The Entrepreneurship Lab was built to create better opportunities for students to nurture their passion for entrepreneurship and develop their potential business ideas. The Entrepreneurship Lab also organizes a series of entrepreneurship workshops featuring esteemed industry leaders and educators; an incubation providing opportunities for students in VinUni Hackathon 2021 to launch their actual startups, with the mentoring from Cornell Professors; along with many other interesting activities.