Your entire team must be available for all class sessions. Expect 15-20 hours per week of work per team member. We expect you to meet with 100+ customer and experts over the course. You’ll watch the lectures online and do the assigned readings outside of class. The online session below are for pitch training and faculty feedback.
The bottom line is that you’ll never learn more or improve your startup faster!
All online class sessions are held 15:00-18:00 UTC which is, for example, 8:00-11:00 PST (California), 12:00-15:00 BRST (Brazil), 18:00-21:00 EEST (Turkey).
- Business Model Generation by Alex Osterwalder and Yves Pigneur
- The Startup Owners Manual by Steve Blank and Bob Dorf
Both are available in print and e-book formats as well as multiple languages. You will also be per-class readings what will be available on the web.
- How To Build A Startup by Steve Blank on Udacity
|June, 2013||24 teams are picked by Intel and the UC Berkeley Faculty and partners.Teams sign into Launchpad Central, test WebEx and receive pre-course assignments|
|July 17th||Session 1: Online Session (200 minutes)
|July 24th||Session 2: Online Session (180 minutes)
|July 31st||Session 3: Online Session (180 minutes)
|August 14th||Session 4: Online Session (180 minutes)
|August 21st||Session 5: Online Session (180 minutes)
|August 28th||Session 6: Online Session (180 minutes)
|August 29th||15 teams invited to Berkeley are announced|
|September 4th||Session 7: Online Session (180 minutes)
|October 8th||15 teams arrive in Berkeley, California|
|October 9th||Observe Intel Global Challenge@UC Berkeley Finals
|October 10th||Onsite Startup School at UC Berkeley
|October 11th||Onsite Startup School in Silicon Valley