Focus On

Ryerson Innovation Zone seeks budding entrepreneurs for free online program

Thursday, April 02, 2020 @ 11:55 AM | By John Chunn

The Legal Innovation Zone (LIZ) at Ryerson University announced that it is receiving applications for the second cohort of Concept Framework: a free, interactive online, six-week part-time program that helps future entrepreneurs understand how to turn their innovative idea into a proof of concept. Applications close on April 14.

According to a press release from LIZ, the program helps legal tech enthusiasts explore what it takes to build a legal tech company. Through educational content and ongoing mentorship, Concept Framework helps future entrepreneurs create a focus on validating ideas and getting to a Minimum Viable Design of their solution.

Participants will learn how to validate their ideas by engaging with interactive online content and topic experts, while working on weekly goals. Along with the online content, participants receive ongoing support from LIZ mentors throughout the program duration, which culminates in a final demo session for the cohort.

The second cohort of the program starts on April 21.

For more information and how to apply, click here.