Posted on Friday, October 12, 2012
The Keller Center eLab's first annual Demo Day was held in the Friend Center Auditorium on Wednesday, August 15, 2012. At the event, the inagural eLab teams presented their business ventures to an audience of students, faculty, investors, and experts from the entrepreneurial community. Each team was given 10 minutes to present their business plan as well as a demo table at which they were able to showcase their product.
In case you were unable to attend Demo Day, you can now watch the video online here: http://kellercenter.princeton.edu/elab/video/
The Keller Center's eLab at Princeton University is a launch pad for student startups, a creative co-working space open -by application only- to some of Princeton's brightest and most dynamic students. An exceptional 10-week long summer program awaits these students as they learn from the best innovators and investors and fine tune their nascent start up ideas to develop them into viable and scalable ventures. Over a period of 10 weeks, students work together in a supportive community of fellow entrepreneurs as well as work closely with assigned mentors and participate in various trainings and workshops.
Prior to the inception of the program, teams selected for the eLab meet with a faculty member to discuss their key project milestones, deliverables, and formalized plan of action. During the summer under the tutelage of their mentors, students work to achieve the milestones they have set for themselves.
The application for eLab Summer 2013 will open December 2012.