Last week for Entrepreneurship Celebration, Entrepreneurship@Dyson hosted their panel, Big Red Startup Moments, to capture the student entrepreneurship experience. The panel featured Daniel Abaraola ’18, founder of Vita Shoes, Colby Triolo ’19, founder of The Worldwide Travel Network, Jamie Kim ’19, founder of bumble & butter, Albert Caldarelli ’19, CTO of Religio.
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:
No twenty year old college student could be described as a serial entrepreneur, but Peter Cetale (ILR ‘19) comes close. After founding three businesses and two active campus organizations, Peter has become an expert at putting ideas into action.
Cornell has 1,200 student organizations and that number continues to grow. Yet, there was no go-to marketing club on Cornell’s undergraduate campus. Six students finally realized this anomaly and took action to create the university’s first premier marketing club. Cornell Marketing Organization (CMO) strives to create value in the marketing sector for both its members and partners.