Wharton Entrepreneurship Capstone

Wharton Entrepreneurship Capstone

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  • Week 1 - Start Here
    Welcome to the Entrepreneurship Capstone Project! This project-based course is designed to provide you with the resources and tools you need to develop a pitch deck for a start-up, which you will submit as your Capstone Project. Please study the readings below...
  • Week 2 - Building Your Pitch Deck
    This week, you will spend time assembling the elements of your pitch deck so that you can submit it for preliminary review next week. Good pitch decks vary in length, but they are all impactful. Take the time this week to put together all the sections of your ...
  • Week 3 - Preliminary Pitch Deck
    This week, you will submit your pitch deck for preliminary review. Your peers will have a chance to give you feedback on where your pitch succeeds and where it needs work. You'll also have the opportunity to review the work of your peers and to give feedback. ...
  • Week 4 - Revision Week
    This week, you will spend time revising your pitch deck for final submission next week. Review the rubric to make sure you have all the required elements, and that each of those elements is backed by evidence, analysis, and research. You may also want to look ...
  • Week 5 - Final Project Submission
    This week, you will finish your revisions to create a final version of your pitch deck and submit it for peer review. You'll then be asked to review the work of three of your peers. Once you have gotten feedback on your deck, you may use it to pitch your produ...




David Bell
Xinmei Zhang and Yongge Dai Professor, Professor of Marketing

Ethan Mollick
Associate Professor
Associate Professor of Management- Wharton School

Laura Huang
Assistant Professor

David Hsu
Richard A. Sapp Professor of Management
The Wharton School

Karl T. Ulrich
Vice Dean of Entrepreneurship and Innovation
The Wharton School

Lori Rosenkopf
Vice Dean and Director, Wharton Undergraduate Division
Simon and Midge Palley Professor of Management

Kartik Hosanagar
Wharton School


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