Launching in early 2021, the Market-Creating Innovation Bootcamp is an eight-session curriculum designed to empower emerging market innovators with the principles and frameworks necessary to create new markets that make products affordable.
About Legatum Center
The Legatum Center was founded as a way to advance business ideas and demonstrate how entrepreneurial leadership can create jobs, improve lives and build a better world. The organization upholds the belief that business leads to development and that entrepreneurship is the key determinant in transforming societies and improving a country’s prosperity.
Furthermore, the Legatum Center program is designed for MIT students with the dedication to build their ventures through principled entrepreneurial leadership.
Requirements for MIT Legatum Center/Clayton Christensen Institute Market Creating Innovation Bootcamp
- The Bootcamp is best suited for early-stage entrepreneurs who are in the process of piloting or refining an idea that seeks to solve a problem for a majority of people in a region. (We encourage founders to apply). Participants must have, or plan to have, ventures in one or more of the seven partner countries.
- The Bootcamp will initially be available to participants with a business idea, or existing business, operating in one of these seven countries: Ghana, Ethiopia, Kenya, Nigeria, Rwanda, Senegal, Uganda.
- The full Bootcamp is made up of eight sessions that will last approximately 90 minutes each. Participants can expect to spend an additional 60-90 minutes preparing for each session. The eight sessions will be offered over the course of a few days.
How to Apply for the MIT Legatum Center Bootcamp
To apply for the ongoing MIT Legatum Center Bootcamp is not as difficult as you think. All Interested and qualified candidates are to click on the “Apply Now” button below to get started.
It should be noted that all Interested and qualified candidates are to apply for the MIT Legatum Center Bootcamp on or before August 25, 2021