An entrepreneur’s guide to Amsterdam’s tech ecosystem
The Dutch capital Amsterdam has long been rated amongst the most visited cities in Europe, attracting upwards of 19 million tourists in 2018. However, the powers that be in Amsterdam are looking to reduce the flow of tourists, and shift international focus from certain aspects of its national life from which the country is commonly associated, such as its recreational drug culture.
Tencent to support startup incubator scheme with Singapore university
Offering its cloud services and technology, the Chinese tech giant will establish a new startup incubator programme with the National University of Singapore
YESF continues to pave the path for promising Korean business startups
Yonsei Enterprise Support Foundation (YESF) in 1998, a branch that encourages students to explore and implement their innovative ideas into startups.
Students Grow Beard Care Startup Through Class
As if Jim Dorkins didn’t stand out enough. Tall, broad and wearing a thick white beard between a leather hat, goggles and vest, Dorkins tends to turn heads with his Santa Claus-meets-steampunk style. But seated in a classroom of marketing students at the University of Denver’s Daniels College of Business, Dorkins was suddenly a bit more self-conscious.
University Student Develops Successful Business Consulting Company
NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / October 23, 2019 / Rohan Gurram is not your average Yale University student. This junior, majoring in Economics, is a successful entrepreneur too. In fact, his entrepreneurial interests started when he was only 17 years old.
List shows UC Berkeley has most graduating startup founders of any public college
A list released by Crunchbase News in May shows that UC Berkeley has the largest number of graduating startup founders of any public university.
Dayton Startup Profile: Student-ran startup debuts apparel offering for wheelchair users
A Wittenberg University student is continuing her sister’s story with her accessibility-focused startup
UT startup Colanse designed to help students find work
A student-led startup will help students network with employers and create online portfolios, allowing them to gain work experience while in school.
Student startup Innovation Weather sold to WeatherOptics
Nathan Lis and Andrew Moffitt always knew they had an interest in the science of weather. It took a class at Penn State to convince them they could be entrepreneurs in the field. In 2017, the duo helped start Innovation Weather, a company that specializes in forecasting frost, crop heat stress, and other hazardous weather conditions, and recently sold the company to WeatherOptics.
Panel of students to speak about their entrepreneurship experiences as women
Women Entrepreneurship Week is underway, and the second event of the week will take place Tuesday. This event will be a panel discussion with women entrepreneurs on “why they create.” The event is open to the public, in addition to Iowa State students, faculty and staff.
Kauaʻi CC shines at national entrepreneurship conference
The Kauai Community College team placed second in the National Association for Community College Entrepreneurship’s Student Entrepreneurship Challenge for their proposal to recruit and retain teachers.