April 26, 2017
The Social Enterprise Paving the Way in Education
What started off as a club composed of five friends at Cornell has now reached thousands of students across New York City, preparing them for success inside and outside of the classroom. Karim Abouelnaga […]
October 6, 2016
This Girl Means Business: Beverly Wallenstein (ILR ’16) and Girls Mean Business
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:
October 5, 2016
Hackathons: The Ultimate Entrepreneurial Challenge
Are you curious and passionate? Do you enjoy working on a team to solve problems and develop ideas that can have a concrete impact your community? Are you trying to assess whether your entrepreneurial idea is applicable to the real world? Hackathons may be the perfect opportunity for you.
May 2, 2016
Great New Books on Entrepreneurship
Scavenging library stacks for written treasures is a pleasure all students can experience. Cornell’s rich resources of new print literature largely goes unused, whether it is the latest issue of Harvard Business Review in Mann Library or new releases on entrepreneurship waiting to be plucked from the new book cart in Catherwood Library.
New books about entrepreneurship are helpful to entrepreneurs as well as those interested in exploring the startup world. These three books, all available through Cornell’s libraries, provide varied outlooks and advice.
April 4, 2016
Stephanie Santoso and Makers at the White House
Much of the entrepreneurship in the United States is driven by the Maker Movement, where builders and tinkerers are using 3D printing and electronics to create the nation’s future. At Cornell, LCL’s first Make-A-Thon brought dozens of innovators together to build in this way. Maker communities have become so powerful that the White House decided to welcome them to their doors. A current Cornell student was at the forefront of executing this large pursuit.
October 16, 2015
Leveling Up with Nintendo’s President
On September 24, the back dining room of Taverna Banfi filled with eleven students anxiously fiddling with place settings and comparing questions. They were waiting for Reggie Fils-Aime, the President of Nintendo North America. Many […]
April 25, 2015
CEO Stories: Being Entrepreneurial at the Highest Level
The “CEO Stories: Being Entrepreneurial at the Highest Level” panel addressed the often neglected question of so, you started a business but…what comes next? It’s easy to get swept up in the buzz and excitement of startups, […]
December 6, 2014
Event: The Anatomy of the Startup: A Conversation wtih Founders and Funders. (December 11, 6pm-8pm, NYC)
As an exclusive program for Zoomdojo Young Professionals, The Anatomy of the Startup takes us on a deep dive with those who founded and funded startups. Speakers include clients of Lowenstein Sandler and our ZYP member Imri Eisner […]
December 16, 2013
Monday Madness – Scott Belsky (’02), Co-founder and CEO of Behance
“Genius is 1% inspiration and 99% perspiration” -Thomas Edison Scott Belsky’s Bio Scott Belsky has committed his professional life to help organize creative individuals, teams, and networks. Scott is the co-founder and CEO of Behance, […]