Enterprise Institute

Enterprise Institute

The Workers Lab is excited to announce our Spring Enterprise Institute of 2016. At our Enterprise Institutes, we offer:

  • First in class training on business model generation, customer discovery, and financial projections.
  • Support from mentors representing the fields of investment, organizing, technology, and entrepreneurship.
  • Tools and frameworks you can use to test, validate, and scale your ideas.

Applications are due April 4, 2016, 2016 5:00 PST. We will announce attendees April 14, 2016. The Enterprise Institute will be held in the New York City on April 26-27, 2016. All selected attendees will receive an Enterprise Institute Tool Kit, travel and lodging funding, and a small stipend to support attendance. If you have any questions or concerns, please email us at info@theworkerslab.com and we will get back to you as soon as we can.

APPLICANT INFORMATION

Organization/Team Name:

Organization/Team URL, if any:

Applicant Name:

Applicant Email:

Applicant Phone Number:

Applicant City:

List All Other Team Members Name(s) & Role(s):

How did you come together?

What has prepared you to do this work?

Name any notable mentors/investors/advisors that you want to tell us about. Please list one reference with email.

SOLUTION INFORMATION

What will you do or make? Where did this idea come from? What’s new, interesting or different about it?

What is the value proposition behind your product?

How does your venture plan to transform conditions and build power for US workers?

How does your venture plan to generate revenue?

If you have an online demo, place URL here:

How far along are you?

Have you already generated revenue? If yes, describe.

Have you participated in any other accelerator, incubator, or fellowship programs to advance this work? If yes, which ones and what were the pros & cons of participation?

Who are your competitors and/or who else is working on this solution? What sets your solution apart from others?

As you think about making your idea real, what keeps you up at night?