NewBoCo and others provide a variety of classes, workshops and other events to get you access to the latest thinking on topics important to entrepreneurs.
To make a meaningful connection between the business & entrepreneurial community and the Iowa Startup Accelerator, NewBoCo will be expanding their educational workshops to the larger community. This content has previously been reserved for ISA invested startups. The value of this content is essential for ecosystem growth.
Content Strategies for Early Stage Companies
September 26, 2017, 1:00 – 2:30 p.m.
This workshop will provide you with several important strategies for content creation that will help you build a strong foundation, grow an audience, and provide your stakeholders with the information they need to assist you in the development of your company.
Content creation is a valuable asset for any company and in this workshop you will be learning about what types of content work for certain audiences and how to deliver this content to those audiences to maximize its impact for your company.
|Content Strategies for Early Stage Companies||$25|
Marketing Hell Week
September 11-15, 2017, 12:00 – 1:00 pm
Marketing Hell Week is a creation of 500 Startups and designed as a 1-week growth bootcamp for seed stage companies, based on an 18-video series. ISA hosted daily lunch-and-learn sessions for the duration of the week. Each day’s discussion focused on a selection of the videos, which can be watched at any time.
How to Start a Startup Series
For the duration of 10 weeks, NewBoCo hosted free viewing and discussion sessions of the video lecture series How to Start a Startup. This program was facilitated by David Tominsky, the Managing Director of the Iowa Startup Accelerator, as well as local mentors and investors.
How to Start a Startup was designed at Stanford University in collaboration with Y Combinator to provide useful tips from experts on starting a startup. When Y Combinator expands its Startup School to 10,000 people worldwide in January, this will be the core curriculum used.