Tag: student perspective
April 28, 2017
Half-Baked: Third Batch Focuses on the Cornell Experience
Last Friday night, about fifty Cornell students gathered in Durland Alternatives Library sitting on yoga maps and couches to hear the ‘raw’ ideas of their peers. Half-Baked is a semesterly event organized by Eco and Medium Design Collective, and it is designed to allow presenters to share their ideas in a comfortable and inquisitive environment.
March 21, 2017
Customer Discovery: The First Step to Entrepreneurship
First-time entrepreneurs tend to see it as counterproductive; we think we already know who our customer is, and we think the first step should be building our idea (app, website, product, etc.) as quickly and as best as we can. The truth is you’re probably wrong about who your customer is if you haven’t done customer discovery, and if you don’t truly understand the person who will be using your thing, you won’t be able to make your thing the thing they want to use.
January 17, 2017
Work-Work Balance: How Student Entrepreneurs Do Both
How do student entrepreneurs manage the chaos of academics and business? Find out below:
February 12, 2016
Finding and Knowing Your Customers
Understanding your customers is key to the success of any business. What makes customer research particularly interesting for a startup is you can be unsure of who your customers actually are or should be and the market you are entering may be very young with limited information.
April 27, 2015
Brian Huggins ’15 Offers Student Perspective on Celebration 2015
I had the pleasure of meeting Brian Huggins (AEM ’15) freshman year and was able to see him grow throughout these four years. I’ve only had class with him once in Professor BenDaniel‘s “Entrepreneurship and Private […]
December 6, 2014
CUSummit Q&A: What Did Students Think?
Cornell Entrepreneurship Summit is an unbelievable opportunity for students to step out of the classroom. While many attend the Summit to explore the entrepreneurial world, students are also exposed to a wide range of topics and given a chance to speak […]