Course Number 1264-3604-01
Course Name Technology Ventures - From Idea to Execution
Academic Unit The Coller School of Management -
Business Administration - Specializing in Management of Technology, Entrepreneurship and Innovation
Lecturer Dr. David ZvilichovskyContact
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Office Hours By appointmentBuilding: Recanati Business , Room: 456
Mode of Instruction Lecture
Semester Units 1
Semester 2020/1
Date Range 21/02/2021 - 24/02/2021
Hours 17:00-21:30
Studies are held daily, on dates specified above, Hybrid course–combine face to face classes and online learning , Course is taught in English
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This course introduces students to the concepts, challenges and tools associated with the creation of a New Technology Venture. During the course we shall discuss entrepreneurs and entrepreneurship, sharpen our abilities to review venture opportunities and expand our understanding of the various stages and factors which impact the success of NTVs.
Business model design methodologies are studied and implemented. The components of an effective NTV business plan are reviewed.
The course includes an overview of market structures and concepts which have a strong impact on a wide variety of current-day technology ventures; including: Networks and Network Externalities, Two Sided Markets, selling for Free and ?The Long Tail?.
Incorporation, financing, valuations, Venture Capital and deal structures are also discussed. The course shall also include a special session dedicated to CrowdFunding.
Teaching methodology incorporates lectures, case studies and active student participation.
During the course students are expected to apply the discussed frameworks and methodologies to an early stage technology venture. The course Assignment will be performed on portfolio companies of TheTime ( a technology incubator with a focus on startups in the areas of Telecom, Internet, Media and Entertainment. This will allow participants to get a better feeling for the way theory becomes practice.

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