Vision and Ideas

Seattle Autumn 2013 Semester

What is a good idea? How do you come up with good ideas? Does passion matter with ideas? How can you tell what you are passionate about? How do you translate your passion into one or more business ideas? What basic tools should every Founder have from the start? What tools should Founders use to develop their ideas in the beginning? How does being a Founder align with personal goals, objectives and vision?

Goal:
Develop a set of strong ideas.

Date:
2014-01-06, 06:30 PM

Mentors


8.33
Derrick Morton
CEO, FlowPlay

Derrick is the CEO of FlowPlay - a creator of online game technology and consumer products. He has been a games and online entertainment executive for over 20 years. Over the course of the past 11 years he has been a key executive at the top online game websites - iWin, U...

9.00
Enrique Godreau III
Co-Founder, Voyager Capital

Enrique has been active in the information technology industry for 30 years. His experience includes 15 years in research, product development, and business management and 15 years in venture capital investing. He cofounded Voyager Capital in 1996, a Seattle-based early-s...

8.40
Dan Fine
Managing Partner, Fine Solutions

Dan Fine is the Managing Partner of Fine Solutions, the leading Microsoft Dynamics partner in the Pacific Northwest. Dan has a varied past, from working in advertising agencies in New York City, to founding one of the first dot com's and taking it public on NASDAQ, to gr...

8.93
Dave Parker
Serial Entrepreneur, VP, UP Global

Dave is serial entrepreneur and Director of the Founder Institute Seattle. He's on the Board of Directors for five mid-market companies including OneAccord Partners, a consulting firm he co-founded in 2005. He's on the advisory board of more then a dozen company and he's ...

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