Lehigh Valley LaunchBox launching Fall 2020 Virtual StartUp Bootcamp

July 21, 2020

Lehigh Valley LaunchBox (LVLB) is launching a Fall 2020 LVLB Virtual StartUp Bootcamp for people with a scalable business idea who need help turning it into an actionable business plan. The virtual Bootcamp will run for six weeks with an optional seventh week reserved for individual practice pitch coaching sessions. The Bootcamp, which has no fee, starts Aug. 26 and runs once a week from 6-8 p.m. Each session will be taught by expert advisers. 

Participants are encouraged to attend all six classes and are required to attend at least four. Participation is by application only and people of diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.  Applications are invited from any Pennsylvania-based entrepreneur. Applications must be submitted by Aug. 10. Accepted applicants will be notified by Aug. 17. No affiliation with Penn State is required. Bootcamp participants will be encouraged to apply for Penn State Lehigh Valley LaunchBox grants which will be awarded during the StartUp Lehigh Valley competition on Nov. 4.

“The topics covered range from developing your business model to marketing, supply chain, financial modeling and legal risks.”

-- Annette Durnack, director of business development for Lehigh Valley LaunchBox

For more information, contact Janel Hanna at jah6557@psu.edu.  More information about the Fall 2020 LVLB Virtual StartUp Bootcamp along with the application can be found here: https://lehighvalley.launchbox.psu.edu/lvlbbootcamp/

Lehigh Valley LaunchBox (LVLB) is an early-stage business accelerator program for entrepreneurs. As a signature program of Invent Penn State, LVLB partners with a network of community and university partners to offer continuing support to small business owners and guides them through every step of their startup journey.

Information regarding the Invent Penn State initiative is available online.

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Last Updated July 21, 2020