At MSU, student entrepreneurs find startup business success before graduation

EAST LANSING – Brianna Makaric’s company was barely off the ground last November when she decided to take part in the annual Making it in Michigan Conference and Marketplace Trade Show at the Lansing Center.

Entrepreneurship pitch competition DisrupTexas awards student competitors funds to help with startup

The Herb Kelleher Center for Entrepreneurship hosted the competition, called DisrupTexas, in the AT&T Education and Executive Conference Center. Out of 16 teams of students from around Texas, four teams advanced to a final round where they pitched to the public and answered questions from a panel of judges about issues such as customer product appeal.

Study: Female-led startups are gaining more ground in venture capital race

Venture capitalists are increasingly gender aware when it comes to funding startups, a new study suggests, and female founders are reaping the rewards.

Here’s why IrishAngels, Amazon Alexa Fund back this Pittsburgh startup

Conservation Labs plans to launch a smart water monitor in first quarter 2020 and grow staff from seven to more than 20 within next 12 months

Global Entrepreneurship Week Comes to Pitt

All through high school and college, he worked on his soccer skills. Then there’s his wide-ranging collection of sheet music consisting of just about anything – from jazz to classical to rock. Above all, there are the companies he’s founded in his spare time.

UH pairs its nationally recognized startup accelerator with entrepreneurship program

To further facilitate the commercialization of technology and innovation developed across its 10-campuses, the University of Hawaiʻi recently decided to internally house its nationally recognized startup accelerator and changed its name to the UH Ventures Accelerator.

Start-ups: Why can’t UK universities be more like MIT?

UK universities are full of great ideas, but most of them never make it out of academia. The reason? Insufficient expertise and lack of financial support.

Ten Biggest Surprises In The Economist’s 2019 MBA Ranking

Another year, another list. The Economist‘s 2019 MBA ranking represents the 18th time the British magazine has trotted out a list of the best full-time MBA programs in the world. So what are the biggest takeaways in 2019? What really surprised us? What make us shrug our shoulders and even laugh?