Harvard Initiative to Fund Student Ed Tech Ideas
Harvard’s Operation Impact initiative will provide student entrepreneurs with dollars and support to create ‘impact-focused’ startups that focus on issues that educators face around the world.
“What Starts Up Here Changes the World:” McCombs Hosts Annual Startup Ecosystem
Students and community leaders gathered to discuss entrepreneurship and promote student innovation at the annual Intro to the UT and Austin Startup Ecosystem presentation on Monday.
Beets, shoes and technology: students pitch startup ideas at first ECAB of the semester
Students involved in Mississippi State University’s Center for Entrepreneurship and Outreach’s VentureCatalyst program pitched their ideas to the Entrepreneurship Center Advisory Board (ECAB) on Friday for the chance to receive up to $2,000 in funding. According to the E-Center’s website, the business ideas presented at ECAB are in Stage 2 of the VentureCatalyst’s New Product Track and are in preparation to enter the planning stage.
Innovate@BU Cannabis Startup Competition to boost student-led startup
Boston University’s Innovate@BU is currently hosting their third annual Cannabis Startup Competition to find a promising new BU student or alumni-led company in the cannabis industry. The deadline to enter is Sept. 29, and the winner will receive $10,000 and consulting from Green Lion Partners.
The Wing Has $118 Million in Funding, Superfans Like Meryl Streep, and Plenty of Skeptics. It’s Just Getting Started
Audrey Gelman has made the Wing’s women-focused shared office spaces into a buzzy club of feminine empowerment built on inclusivity–and, perhaps, exclusivity. Change can be messy. The Wing expects to have 15,000 members by the end of this year–a nice number, but modest considering the hype. What’s more telling: The Wing has nearly 500,000 followers across social media, few of whom live in cities with Wing locations. These are fans. Of an office. In a city where they don’t live. Or, more accurately, they are acolytes of what the Wing has come to represent.
The Wing’s cofounder just became the first visibly pregnant CEO featured on a business magazine cover
Audrey Gelman – and her baby bump – is showing the world that women don’t need to sacrifice their careers for motherhood. Gelman, 32, the CEO and cofounder of the women-focused coworking space The Wing, just became the first visibly pregnant CEO to appear on the cover of a business magazine. The Inc. magazine issue featuring Gelman will hit newsstands in October.
Co-Founders of Fanduel met at the Edinburgh Entrepreneurship Club
Fanduel Co-Founders Met at the E-Club
Serendipity always rewards the prepared
EDINBURGH, SCOTLAND 03 September 2014 – Fanduel, an Edinburgh-based company that raised a venture capital round of $70 million it was announced today, had its origins in the Edinburgh Entrepreneurship Club (E-Club) at the Business School at the University of Edinburgh. They met on Wednesday the 21st of February 2008, following the Silicon Valley Speaker’s series event over pints at an infamous pub in Edinburgh.See recent news in Forbes on Fanduel here: http://www.forbes.com/sites/darrenheitner/2014/09/02/fanduel-adds-70-million-in-funding-following-draftkings-41-million.
The Best Student Design of 2019
See all the honorees of the 2019 Innovation by Design Awards in the Students category.
GW’s inaugural startup accelerator provided valuable mentorship, participants say
Students who participated in GW’s first Summer Startup Accelerator cohort said the program connected them with mentors who helped them refine their business models. The program, hosted by the Office of Innovation and Entrepreneurship, included 10 teams of undergraduate and graduate students and recent alumni who participated in a nine-week intensive training program featuring industry speakers and a stipend. Officials said the program’s resources and programming provided “key” support to the participants’ business ventures.
Trinity University Student Entrepreneurs Vie For $25,000
SAN ANTONIO — The Stumberg Venture Competition is entrepreneurship at it’s finest. It’s like the show “Shark Tank” but without the venture capitalists getting a piece of the business.
- Winner gets $25,000
- This is the 5th year of the competition
It started back in January when students applied for the competition. On Wednesday, a winner received a grand prize of $25,000 to launch their business.
This is the 5th year that Trinity University has teamed with the Stumberg family to hold the event, but the entrepreneurial program has been a staple for longer than that.