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The ‘2021 Startup Camp’ was organized by the Regional Innovation Center to deliver information about startups to students as well as to encourage startup business development through expert counseling.
Participants for the‘startup camp’were recruited by filling up and submitting an application on on-STAR from November 11th to December 3rd. After pre-education, the ‘startup camp’was held. During the term at the cyber campus, pre-education sessions focused on university student entrepreneurship as well as case analysis of business model schematics and strategies.
The actual camp was held as a day camp in Room 307 of Liberty Hall on December 4th. It was made up of programs that can help with issue solving, logical thinking, writing a business plan, and beginning a business. In addition, it provided programs that include business model development, presentation business plan writing, mentorship, and team concept presentation.
The camp recruited 20 students on a first-come, first-served basis. According to a camp official, the camp would be beneficial to potential founders, prototype makers, and students who are inexperienced with beginning a business, as well as students in their 20s and 21s who are not satisfied with academic life. There was no cost to attend the camp. Textbooks, lunches, and refreshments were all provided for the students.
If a team is selected for the best idea at the start-up camp, they will be given additional points when applying for starting their own startup group.
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