10 Ways for the Duke community to tap into Duke's entrepreneurship resources
1. Join the Duke Global Entrepreneurship Network (DukeGEN) - about 5,000 Duke alumni, students, faculty, and staff who have opted into this network. Join the discussions, and participate in some of the 30 networking events a year in 10 cities.
2. Be inspired! Read over 40 profiles of Duke alumni entrepreneurs, and watch videos of the many speakers that come to campus. Or be profiled yourself - email us at email@example.com
3. Pitch at a DukeGEN Angel Pitch Event. A chance for Duke entrepreneurs to pitch early stage Duke investors.
4. Compete in the Duke Start-Up Challenge. Alumni prize is $10,000, and receive feedback from our pool of 500 Duke alumni judges! Or be a judge yourself - email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
6. Match your startup idea with Duke students. Check out our DukeGEN Startup Matchmaker Directory with over 500 students profiled.
7. Be a startup intern, or incubate your startup, through the Summer Innovation Program (San Francisco and Durham only, as of 2013)Program for Entrepreneurs (P4E) - you can submit an idea to get it matched with Duke students. We typically get about 80 ideas and 80 students that try to match with one another.
10. Read our Duke Entrepreneurship Manual