Startup School was a new program by the Economy and Business of the 2021 Business Administration Student Association. This year, the startup school brought up the theme “Building your Startup from the ground up, from zero to one” which means that this program was a means or medium for the participants to deepen or learn the knowledge on what startup was about. The target audience of this program was the public community, especially the young generation and students of the Business Administration Study Program. This program was aimed to trigger the participants to create their own startup and to help them learn and improve themselves in pursuing their dreams of creating a startup. “From zero to one” also means that this program was wide open for those who have any idea about what a startup was, and by this program, the participants will learn the process with the help of an expert.

The Startup School was held in two days, namely October 23-24, 2021. On the first day, the activity was started at 10.00 GMT+7 with an opening and the reading of the code of conduct by the moderator. It was then followed by a presentation of the first speaker namely Muhammad Shifa Zulfikar, the Co-Founder and COO of PT Global Inovasi Siber Indonesia. He brought a discussion on what lean canvas was, the difference between lean canvas and canvas model business, types of business models and he also explained things that should be considered in lean canvas. The session was ended up with a question and answer session. At 11.30 – 12.30, the participants were allowed to take a break before they moved to the ice-breaking session. After the ice-breaking session, the participants got another presentation by the second speaker namely Aditya Dwi Putra, the founder of Bizlab. He discussed things that needed to be prepared before anyone started a business, the validation steps, problems validation and solution. Then, it was ended up with a question and answer session and closing by the moderator.

On the second day, the activity was started at 10.00 GMT+7 with an opening and the reading of the code of conduct by the moderator. It was then followed by the presentation of the third speaker, Aisha Nadira, the representative of the Angin Team who discussed what pitch deck was, things that were needed in a pitch deck, the general problem in a pitch deck, and which investors fit the business we were carrying out. It was then continued with a question and answer session and break session for the participants. The activity was started again at 12.30 with an ice-breaking session and the reading of the fourth speaker’s CV, Abdul Malik Sulaiman who was the co-founder of Rindang. He discussed how to implement or realize our business idea using the Cimosa model and shared his experience on establishing the Rindang business. The participants then moved to a question and answer session before it was closed by the moderator.

The Startup School was held by the Economy and Business Department of the Business Administration Student Association FISIP Undip. The program was expected to trigger the participants to create their own startup and to help them learn and improve themselves in pursuing their dreams of creating a startup.