Starting and maintaining a business is no easy task. Several Emory alumni know this firsthand, which is why the Emory Entrepreneur Network in conjunction with the Emory Alumni Association recently recognized 25 entrepreneurs and Emory alumni during the second annual 2017 Emory Entrepreneur Awards.
A mechanism to connect people who have deep experience and insights into entrepreneurship has arrived at the Goizueta Business School, another resource for students looking to start companies.
The idea for Bioscape Digital was born when Founder and CEO Stuart Bracken 07MBA realized, about three days after the birth of his daughter, how little he knew about babies.
While most students were off enjoying their weekend, the “hackers, hustlers and hipsters” were busy brainstorming and collaborating during the sixth annual HackATL event where teams spend 48 hours building a business to present to judges.
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Angela Fusaro 01C 17WEMBA doesn’t sleep much. “Do I need sleep? I’ll be very honest, I don’t,” Fusaro said with a smile during the most recent meeting of the Emory Entrepreneur Breakfast Series. “It’s like one of my superpowers. I don’t sleep a lot at night, but I don’t like to sleep.”
This summer, Matt Fishman 13MBA, CEO and co-owner of Barking Hound Village, came and spoke to the One-Year class about how his MBA helped him in new business opportunities.
Forbes sits down with BBA alumnus and former Emory Baseball All-American Jason Glushon and talks about leaving as a player agent in 2016 and starting his own business, Glushon Sports Management.
Erika James, John H. Harland Dean of Emory University’s Goizueta Business School, delivered her annual Town Hall address Wednesday afternoon to a capacity crowd of faculty, staff and students. James, who is entering her fourth academic year leading the school, took the opportunity to detail success stories from the past calendar year and inspire action as the school nears its centennial celebration.
Grow with the Flow founders and entrepreneurs Reggie and Roger Ramos begin to grow business with help of Start:ME program.