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Can entrepreneurism be taught? A new Babson College study on what influences startup business owners says it can.
In this week’s Huffington Post, the “Top 13 States for Startup Hiring” were named, according to StartupHire. My home state of Ohio was on the list....did your state make the cut?
As the economy improves following the recession, entrepreneurs are surprisingly facing less competition from new startups. That's because the overall business creation rate declines with the unemployment rate, according to new research from the Kauffman Foundation.
"Med tech is alive and well, despite what we hear out there," Kevin Wasserstein, founder and principal at MentorCatalyst, told the attendees of today’s MedTech Investing Conference.
America finds itself confronting a host of problems - from environmental crises to reform on Wall Street, Congress has no shortage of pressing issues to tackle.
As a biomedical informatics researcher and biotechnology entrepreneur in the Silicon Valley, Atul Butte has big ideas for the future of life science entrepreneurship. His Butte Lab works to solve genomic medicine problems through new developments in translational bioinformatics.
Michael Gallegos has always believed in giving back, but he only recently discovered the importance of giving back to entrepreneurship.
First-year undergrads at Babson College in Wellesley, Mass. have come up with 16 new businesses as part of a management and entrepreneurship course. Each team was made up of approximately 30 students and the businesses vary from imitation sunglasses to wireless mice with 1GB USB storage to an accessory locating gadget.
The class, Foundations of Management and Entrepreneurship is a seven-credit, year-long focus on the world of business where student teams invent, develop, launch, manage and liquidate a business. Students study entrepreneurship, marketing, accounting, organizational behavior, information systems and operations. Babson provides up to $3,000 as startup money for these student endeavors and the businesses will run throughout the spring semester. Any profits are donated to a local community service agency of the team’s choice.
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