A message from Startup Concierge at the Leslie eLab Chris Kuales
Even though the Leslie eLab has only been open for two weeks we are excited to see a constant stream of students, faculty, and other guest from the NYU community visit and work out of the Leslie eLab. We're thrilled to already have startup regulars building apps, tinkering with electronics kits, and building a startup community. 
Our calendar is filled with inspiring lectures, talks, and workshops covering topics ranging from Entrepreneurship at NYU to Lean Startups and Navigating Legal Landmines when building a startup. Make sure to stop by, work on your startup, attend our exciting events, connect with fellow entrepreneurs, and have a great cup of coffee!

Highlighted Upcoming Events:

See a complete list here

Legal Landmines: What to Know When Starting your Startup

5:00pm - 6:00pm
There are major things you need to know when starting your company to avoid trouble down the road. Join us for a talk with Peter Fusco, Co-Chair of the Lowenstein Sandler Brooklyn Entrepreneurship Center.

Finding a Technical Cofounder at NYU

4:00pm - 5:00pm
You have a startup idea but need a co-founder with technical skills? Learn how and where you can find the right people to build your startup in this engaging event. Ricky Berrin (Stern '13) Co-Founder of Salesbus will guide you through the process.

Skills Workshop- Getting Started with App Development
5:00pm - 6:00pm
Learn how to develop simple apps. No longer be limited by needing to find a develop to join your team. Learn to be your own developer. Ben Schippers Co-Founder at HappyFunCorp will show you the way.

Building Hardware Prototypes with Ben Light

4:00pm - 5:00pm
Learn how to build and prototype your idea. Ben is currently a Fellow and adjunct professor at NYU ITP. Ben’s work has been included in exhibitions at the MoMA Design Store, the Cameron Art Museum, the American Design Club, and Core77.

How to Raise Money For Your Startup

12:00pm - 1:00pm
Acquiring funding for your startup can be hard. Learn in this event what resources are available at NYU and how you can attract funding for your venture from different sources. Sutian Dong (Stern '11) a VC with FirstMark Capital will let you know what it's like for companies trying to raise that first round.

> See more events...