Incubator Entrepreneurship Workshop

Delbarton Incubator

Entrepreneurial Workshop


This is a hands-on, self-directed class where students will demonstrate creativity and problem solving skills. In teams of 3, students will come up with a product idea and develop a business around that product.  Teams will work independently, pursuing their business just like they would in the real world. They have a budget to work with and by the end of the year are expected to have a working prototype, a business plan and a website and other social media.  Throughout the year, alumni, who are successful entrepreneurs, will come in to consult with the teams and offer feedback and advice.

Some Topics Covered:

  • CAD
  • Prototype Development, Testing and Improvement
  • 3D printing
  • Building a website/ Social media
  • Photoshop work Photography
  • Setting up e-commerce
  • Video production
  • Injection molding / Mass production
  • Product Conception and Validation
  • Common Business Structures
  • Business Ethics
  • Partnership Agreements
  • Intellectual Property
  • Funding sources
  • Writing a business plan
  • Business spreadsheets
  • Fixed and variable expenses
  • Budgeting
  • Marketing Plan
  • Pricing Strategies
  • Role of social media in marketing
  • Selling and E-commerce options
  • Developing your Pitch
  • Forming the groups
  • Assigning roles
  • Getting the work done.
  • Dealing with disagreements
  • Recognizing strengths and weaknesses
  • Value of skillsets
  • Evaluating feedback

For more information about the Delbarton Incubator, contact Mr. David Martin, Dept. Chairperson, at

Computer Science Dept.

Mr. David Martin
Computer Science Chairperson