Berkeley Method of Entrepreneurship Bootcamp

The upcoming Berkeley Method of Entrepreneurship (BMoE) bootcamp is scheduled for August 15 – 19, 2022.

This bootcamp session will be held in-person at the Sibley Auditorium in the Bechtel Engineering Center. Mentoring sessions will be held with a number industry mentors available to work with the startup teams both in-person and virtually.

The Pantas and Ting Sutardja Center for Entrepreneurship & Technology (SCET) hosts the bi-annual Berkeley Method of Entrepreneurship Bootcamp (BMoE), an intense 4 1/2 day venture workshop held at UC Berkeley.

The bootcamp facilitates immersive learning for new venture creation. This workshop offers a one-of-a-kind experience in one of the premier institutions in Silicon Valley. During the program, participants will attend sessions that weave together lectures and interactive game-based exercises, receive one-on-one mentoring from SCET faculty and industry experts; and learn in a collaborative environment.

Agenda and Logistics

A tentative schedule for the Fall 2022 Berkeley Method of Entrepreneurship Bootcamp can be downloaded here:

Participant Experience

Work on idea generation and how to turn ideas into new ventures and taking it to market while integrating concepts including customer-focused design thinking and innovation in business models, and receiving input and advice from real-life entrepreneurs, investors, and marketing specialists

Pitch your idea to an experienced panel of experts and potential investors

Collaborate with our experts and advance your idea to the next level

Establish or optimize to form startup teams, learn mechanics of a start-up and setting major milestones

Use case studies to facilitate and hone ideas, attend special modules on ideation, sales, pitch and funding (sample Modules/Videos)

How to Register

  • UC Berkeley students
    • Enroll in ENGIN 183B through CalCentral registration

For all other inquiries, contact Gigi Wang, Industry Fellow, Chair of BMoE Bootcamp: gigiwang@berkeley.edu.

Read more about the Berkeley Method of Entrepreneurship approach by the Sutadja Center’s Founder, Professor Ikhlaq Sidhu.