On Thursday, April 19 and Friday, April 20, Entrepreneurship at Cornell will welcome more than 700 alumni, parents, faculty, and staff as part of Celebration: a two-day on-campus showcase of entrepreneurial ventures and topics.
Widely recognized as the most significant on-campus entrepreneurship event for Cornell, this year’s Celebration features over 30 events on topics ranging from blockchain to networking events. Given that registration has opened, here is a preview of some of the most exciting events to look out for:
On Friday, April 28, Cornell students and alumni packed into eHub in Collegetown for the Big Idea Competition Finals. Capping off the two-day Entrepreneurship at Cornell Celebration, the Big Idea Competition gave Cornell students the chance to pitch ambitious business ideas to the community to compete for over $9,000 in prizes and a spot in the Life Changing Labs summer incubator.
Have you ever dreamed about what it would be like to be in a room filled with something that you love? For the writers at Entrepreneurship@Dyson, that thing is entrepreneurs, and that dream is about to come true. Later this evening, Cornell will kick off its annual Entrepreneurship at Cornell Celebration in Kennedy Hall before transitioning to a two-day conference that will take place in the Statler Hotel on Thursday and Friday. Nearly 400 students, alumni, faculty, and more have already registered for the event, excited to get in-depth looks at entrepreneurship through the eyes of the Cornell community.
Entrepreneurship@Cornell is seeking the best student ideas to highlight during Celebration,Cornell’s annual two-day entrepreneurship event. This year, the Big Idea Competition will be held on April 11th, and applications are due Monday, March 10th. Submit your idea today for a chance to have your idea featured and for a chance to win big!