Presented by Elisa Balabram, Lecturer
Are you an artist, painter, writer/author, photographer, designer, or musician? Have you developed your craft and love creating, but have a hard time turning it into a business? Learn the art of creating a business model and plan to help you turn your talents and art into a business.
Presented by Donna Gitter, Professor of Law
This workshop will explain to entrepreneurs the various legal ways to structure and protect their businesses, such as sole proprietorship, partnerships, limited liability corporations, and corporations. The advantages and drawbacks of the various business forms will be explored.
Presented by Emre Veral, Professor of Management
This presentation provides a unique look at a company’s cash flows: Businesses’ cash-to-cash cycle are viewed from the perspective of process flow analysis principles. Participants may take-away simple to implement tools which help identify specific problem areas across the many facets of their businesses.
Presented by Mary-Anne Holley, Lecturer
This seminar offers practical do-it-yourself methods of managing the finances of start-up companies. Participants will explore simple ways to set up record-keeping systems, develop budgets and generate reports that will help them control costs, improve cash flow and contribute to the ongoing strategic planning for their businesses. Basic techniques and a quick look at QuickBooks will be discussed.
*This event is open to Baruch College students ONLY.
The MakerHub is back this semester bringing more events, competitions and workshops to teach you about technology, design and entrepreneurship!
Our workshops start with the basics
Get started learning Arduino basics on the Sparkfun Inventor’s Kit! Arduino is an open-source electronics platform based on easy-to-use hardware and software that lets you make interactive projects like a Talking Clock, Intrusion Alarm or Line Follower Robot (click each link to see how). No prior experience is necessary.
See what you can do with Arduino: Hear the sound of 300 stars!
Stellar’ by sound artist Francesco Fabris aims to recreate a sonic representation of stars and constellations. Click here to find out more.
How to get the most out of this workshop
For the optimal experience, bring your own laptop already loaded with the free Arduino software and Processing software already installed. Your laptop should let you have administrative passwords and privileges.
*This workshop is open to matriculated CUNY students only.