Bill Aulet To Talk Entrepreneurship in Madison and Milwaukee
Can entrepreneurship really be taught?
This is just one of the questions that we’ll be exploring in Wisconsin on April 17 in two separate roundtable discussions featuring Boston-area entrepreneurship guru Bill Aulet.
Xconomy is hosting the events in Madison and Milwaukee in partnership with gener8tor and Startup Milwaukee. The roundtables will be our first events in Wisconsin since launching in the Badger State in December.
We’re excited for the opportunity to bring Aulet, an Xconomist, to town. He’s the managing director of the Martin Trust Center for MIT Entrepreneurship and a senior lecturer at the MIT Sloan School of Management. Before joining MIT, he had a successful 25-year business career, which included stints at IBM and as an entrepreneur. He started and ran Cambridge Decision Dynamics and SensAble Technologies.
Aulet will be speaking about and signing copies of his newly released book, Disciplined Entrepreneurship. The discussion will explore whether or not entrepreneurship can really be taught, which teaching methodologies work, and how to make a business more profitable.
The two roundtables with Aulet include a lunchtime session at gener8tor’s Madison office and at an evening session in Milwaukee at Startup Milwaukee’s co-working space, 96square. Both events are free but require registration. Click here to register for the Madison session, and click here to register for the Milwaukee session. Hope to see you there!