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What are the Benefits of CSUF Consulting?

Clients of our Student-led Business Consulting Program are matched with a student consulting team. The objective of the team’s consulting project is to help clients make lasting improvements in their venture’s operations. During the consulting process, the student team is supervised and expertly coached by a professor and a mentor from the private sector.

Through the students, clients have full access to the Center for Entrepreneurship’s resource network and involvement in student consulting offers clients four potential benefits:

  1. Receive practical recommendations for improving their venture. Comprehensive recommendations will be summarized in a final presentation and detailed in a written report.
  2. Learn how the students did their research. In the future, clients will be able to use the same methods to tackle similar business challenges.
  3. Obtain a fresh, independent view of their venture, and new ideas helpful to their business.
  4. Clients hone their “business I.Q.” – ideas, analysis, and evaluation – through interactions with talented student consultants, the professor, and the mentor.

Is your business ready to take on its next big challenge? If so, please contact Client Project Specialist Charlesetta Medina at (562) 278-8243 to find out how to get started on the next chapter of your business’ success!

“Over two years ago, my company paid a management firm an enormous fee for a business plan. I can tell you now, their report couldn’t hold a candle to the report you and your students presented to my partners and me.”

Mr. Ronald Fought, Pre-Mix Products


If you are interested in becoming a client of our consulting program please contact Client Project Specialist Charlesetta Medina at (657) 278-8243 to find out how we can tailor a project to fit your business’ needs.

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Jessica Joy Reveles knows social media and how harnessing its power can help drive your brand and sales. Most Americans see the news first, get recommendations on products, and communicate with each other through one of the many different social media platforms that are out there.
Has your business taken advantage of this communications revolution? How can your startup leverage this medium to jumpstart your path to success?
Jessica will reveal her strategies for social media success at this talk and help you learn the keys to successfully elevate your company’s social status above the fray!
Wednesday, August 3, 6:00pm to 8:00pm  @ CSUF Startup Incubator (Placentia)

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Working on a startup? Have a question about what it takes to be an entrepreneur? Developing the next great piece of technology and you need help figuring out how to bring it to market? You’re in luck because a select group of CSUF Startup Incubator Mentors make themselves available for a couple hours a week to answer questions.

Dave Kinnear is one of our great mentors and he will be available during the times available (check the tickets for availability!). Dave Kinnear is a Business Advisor, Mentor and Executive Leader Coach.  Through his affiliation with Vistage International, Dave convenes and facilitates peer advisory boards of Business Owners, Company Presidents, General Managers and Chief Executives dedicated to becoming better leaders who make better decisions and achieve better results.

This is a tale of a current software startup and all that it’s done and still doing to raise capital. This talk will not sugarcoat anything, it’s the story of the real life startup grind. The company I’ve riased this money for is Badu Networks, a tech company that develops wifi solutions, and it has been around for 2.5 years and has raised $4.5M all from family, friends, and Angels without having any revenue. We’re nowhere near being successful.
Hear what’s worked and what hasn’t. This is real life, right now stuff!
Wednesday, August 10, 6:00pm to 8:00pm  @ CSUF Startup Incubator (Placentia)

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Micha Eizen is an entrepreneur and engineer with decades of experience working on startups and R&D. He has seen a lot; the good, the bad, and the ugly if you will. But one thing has stuck with him above everything else. That thing is what tips the balance between success and failure. What is it?
We can’t give that answer away here! Where would the fun be in that? What we can promise you is that Micha will go into great depth on what that one question is that will make or break your startup. This promises to be a great talk that you don’t want to miss!
Wednesday, August 17, 6:00pm to 8:00pm  @ CSUF Startup Incubator (Placentia)

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The CSUF Entrepreneurship Alumni host a business roundtable on the third Thursday of every month at the CSUF Startup Incubator and all are encouraged to attend these free meetings. Bring your entrepreneurial ideas, challenges, or just sit in and listen!
The CSUF Entrepreneur Roundtable features a fantastic group of mentors with impressive backgrounds so that every participating entrepreneur will get tremendous feedback on what they are working on. Don’t be shy! This can turn out to be one of the most consequential entrepreneurial events you ever attend.
Launching a business can be an extremely difficult thing to do, especially if you haven’t done something like it before. That’s why we are making office hours with CSUF Startup Incubator mentor and speaker Jim Cooper available.

During these office hours, entrepreneurs will have the chance to sit down with experienced startup mentor Jim Cooper for a half an hour to get help with their business. A half an hour may not seem like a long time but Jim is full of ideas and advice and we’re sure that he’ll be able to help your business.

Mr. Cooper is a mentor to some of our Residents at the CSUF Startup Incubator. He is also mentor and pitching coach at PortTech Los Angeles, advisor at Lab Launch Inc., mentor and Lean Startup Panelist for the NSF’s i-Corps CSUPerb STEM program for the CSU system, he mentors and coaches energy and transport related startups at the Los Angeles Cleantech Incubator, an Entrepreneur in Residence at PortTech Los Angeles, and a Business Development Advisor at Lab Launch Inc.

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Attend one of our entrepreneur events or sign up for a free mentoring session: http://bit.ly/CSUFEntrepreneurEvents

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We teach, coach and lead the principled, cross-disciplinary practice of entrepreneurship. We believe that, through determined practice, leadership and team work, our students, faculty, clients, volunteers and alums can systematically recombine the new and the old to forge new ventures, create an entrepreneurial culture, and dramatically benefit our community.

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