A Killer Idea or “Kill That Idea”? How do you figure out whether your startup idea is any good?
Entrepreneurship isn’t about sitting back and watching TED talks. It’s about putting yourself out
there and getting it done. Join our interactive Entrepreneurship 100 session on November 1 from 6:00 – 8:00pm to learn about evaluating your ideas and transforming them into successful businesses.
For this evening event, moderator Charles Plant will be joined by a panel of young entrepreneurs from Toronto: Quincy Poon of Plank, Bin Liu of iMerciv, and Kiran Panjwani of sQuishloc. They will discuss where their killer startup idea came from, the bad ideas that they killed, and how they
came to choose which idea to focus on.
Entrepreneurship 100: Conversations is an event series connecting curious people with diverse
entrepreneurs. Featuring an interactive Q&A conversation and a chance to meet with the
panelists, Entrepreneurship 100 is a casual and welcoming way to learn about starting a
business—no MBA required!
Best of all: we serve refreshments and the event is free for anyone to attend, not just University
of Toronto students.
University of Toronto ONRamp
Banting Institute room 150 (ground floor)
100 College Street