AEM 4380: Entrepreneurial Strategy for Tech Ventures explores the application of strategy on high growth startups. Taught by Professor Michael Roach in Spring every year, the class has become a student favorite for students across all disciplines. Currently you can attend AEM 4390 on Tue/Thursday between 11:40 and 2:40 to take a glimpse of what the class offers!
What are some key metrics a new company should keep in mind as they work their way to being the next big thing? Read more to find out!
Archana Choudhary, one of the writers for E@D, reflects on what got her passionate about entrepreneurship and venture capital.
2 Cornellians started a non-profit that can help people volunteer across the globe! Read more to find out
Knowing your customer is as important as knowing your product. E@D caught up with students working on their mock startups to understand what has primary research helped them achieve as they develop prototypes and minimally viable products.
Kavin Lam (’18) and Eddy Medina (’17) talk about their community-driven financial impact start-up Edi. Read more to learn how they’re using algorithms to work with low income households to develop investment ideas for them.
Half-Baked took place in eHub in Collegetown last week. For the event, Cornellians came forward and spoke about their raw ideas, aspirations and dreams they have for Cornell and beyond.
Have you ever thought about starting your own company? Have you ever thought about being an entrepreneur or adding entrepreneurial values to anything you do? If so, you probably have also been afraid and nervous. To promote more entrepreneurship and business for girls, Beverly Wallenstein (ILR’16) started Girls Mean Business. In an exciting business camp, girls can participate, engage and prepare to be next-gen leaders. We at Entrepreneurship@Dyson recently caught up with Beverly to learn more about Girls Mean Business:
Cornell student Shaibyaa Rajbhandari ‘18 started her entrepreneurial journey last year with Utthan. Utthan is a multidimensional social investment company that creates long-term sustainable impact in Nepal following the earthquake in 2015. The entire world came together to help in immediate rehabilitation but often that is short-term. With Utthan, Shaibyaa aims to create a healthier and economically stable alternative for families affected by the earthquake.
E@D met with Shaibyaa last year to talk about Utthan, and we catch up with her again to talk about the second installation of her journey: Patuka.