Start up planning - proposing, sketching and detailing your business idea

Entrepreneurship masterclass

Start up planning - proposing, sketching and detailing your business idea

  • Event time: 10:00am until 11:00am
  • Event date: 4th February 2019
  • Speaker: Francis Greene (Business School, University of Edinburgh )
  • Location: Higgs Centre Seminar Room, Room 4305,

Event details

Professor Greene's master class is a practical session that uses the research evidence base on start-up planning. This master class will help those of you who have a business idea, or are in the early stages of starting a business, by demonstrating how to refine your start-up planning, using a staged 'propose, sketch and detail' model. This approach will provide your idea or fledgling business with structured  background thinking to increase your chances of success and business growth in the early years.

Professor Francis Greene was appointed a Chair position at Edinburgh University Business School in 2017. To book tickets visit:

All welcome.  Bring tea/coffee - biscuits will be provided. 

About Entrepreneurship masterclasses

Entrepreneurship Masterclasses will take place the first Monday of every month. We have some inspirational speakers lined up including Physicists who have commercialised their research, either applying their know how to industry or starting a business, as well as speakers from the Entrepreneurial community who will be sharing how to develop an entrepreneurial mind-set and the importance of networking with the wider community. All staff and postgraduate students are welcome. Cakes and biscuits will be provided - bring your own coffee. Photos may be take at these events and used for publicity purposes. If you do not wish to be photographed, or for your photo to be used for publicity purposes, please inform Caroline Keir ( .

Find out more about Entrepreneurship masterclasses.