The Entrepreneurs Club
“The only way to do great work is to love what you do.” -Steve Jobs
Do You Ask These Questions & Want Answers?
- Are all start-ups businesses?
- Idea or Execution? Which is more crucial?
- What are the best kept secrets about start-ups?
- How big a factor is luck in start-up success?
If you wish to answer questions like these, then join me on this exciting journey towards truly understanding entrepreneurship. We all have a bird’s-eye-view understanding about what entrepreneurship is, but we may not have the required first-hand experience to understand its true essence.
We, at the club, aim to continually strive towards creating an entrepreneurial ecosystem to provide the platform for individuals with creative minds and ideas with individuals with creative minds and ideas with potential for business opportunities. While schoolwork focuses on general business issues, an entrepreneurship club can introduce and work through challenges faced by real-word businesses.
Students in entrepreneurship clubs can create and launch mock (or actual) businesses and experiment with product launch, marketing, expanding, and other stepping stones encountered by startup founders. It can provide a lab environment in which one can not only learn what makes a business succeed, but what makes it fail, and how to pick up the pieces afterward.
I’d like to invite faculty as well as all high-school students (9th, 10th, 11th and 12th graders) to join and have a significant impact on this club. We plan to organize events such as Entrepreneur talk, Shark tank debates, Idea diffusions, Elevator pitch sessions and other interesting events that will give a learning environment that helps students self-evaluate and self-enhance. These will help you think out-of-the-box whilst learning real-life lessons.