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“Create More Value Than You Capture”, “Angels in America: A Look at Angel Investment Growth Across the U.S.”, and “Marc Ecko on Entrepreneurship as an Art Form”

Hi everyone. This week I have included some interesting videos that I enjoyed watching and a great infographic that makes me optimistic about getting funding from investors. If you did not get a chance to attend The Entrepreneur Society’s first official meeting, that is okay. You can come to one of our other weekly meetings […]

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“Failing Until You Succeed”, “Have Tools To Launch Your Startup From Idea to Exit”, “Early Evidence Is Often Too Early And Not Really Evidence”

Hi everyone. I hope that you enjoy the articles and video I have included this week. Sonoma State University’s new Entrepreneur In Residence Mark Nelson will be at the Sonoma Mountain Business Cluster on March 8th from 3-5pm. He will be talking to The Entrepreneur Society about his own experiences as an entrepreneur. Everyone is […]

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“The Scaling of Vision”, “Failure Is Not The Worst Outcome, Mediocrity Is”, and “Bryan Silverman on the Advantages and Disadvantages of Starting Up in College”

Hi everyone. I love learning about school’s entrepreneur programs or student entrepreneurs that are successful. Two of these posts deal with students. The other is about Mediocrity in the startup. Hope you like them. I read an article on www.Entrepreneur.com that talked about Stanford’s Entrepreneurship Corner. They offer free videos online. I watched the “The […]

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“What is it like to be a startup founder”, “The 10 most important things I learned launching a startup”, and “Bootstrapping a business: 7 Rules for Success”

Hello everyone. I am very excited about the opportunities for entrepreneurs this semester at SSU. The Entrepreneur Society will have its first meeting on Friday of the first week of March. The society is a community of entrepreneurs that seek business knowledge outside of the standard classroom setting. It is important to develop your entrepreneurial […]

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“Entrepreneur’s Top 10 Videos of 2012″, “What You Really Need Is A Market, Not An Idea”, “What is Your Definition of Entrepreneur?”

Hey guys. I apologize for not keeping up with the blog posts for a couple weeks. Posts will continue to be on a weekly basis. Welcome back to school SSU students! This will be an exciting semester for entrepreneurs. The Entrepreneur Society will officially start meeting within a couple weeks (I will give more information […]

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Start-up Funding On Campus, Classmates as Beta Testers, and Thinking Like a Designer for Innovation

Lately I have been thinking about the hindrances for students to create a business in college.  I found a couple articles written by entrepreneurs that are still in college and posted them for this week.  I also threw the last one in because of my interest in design.  “One of the quickest ways to dash […]

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Roundup Saturday December 8 2012

“The Worst Part about Being a Recruiter – Why You Failed Your Interview!” -  I like finding articles about the interview process because it helps me to think about interviews from multiple perspectives.  This article is great because it reminds us that interviewees should focus their efforts on fulfilling the needs of hiring managers.  This […]

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New Crowdfunding Platform for Faculty and Student Research Funding

The National Council of Entrepreneurial Tech Transfer (NCET2) launched the beta of a  research crowdfunding platform.  Its purpose is to fund projects in schools so they have real world impacts.  Below is a Press Release with more information and how to get involved with the beta.   NCET2 Launches New Crowdfunding Platform for Faculty and […]

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BAYLOR-USASBE STUDENT CASE WRITING COMPETITION

January 2013, San Francisco, California The Baylor University Entrepreneurship Program and USASBE are jointly sponsoring a student case writing competition in conjunction with USASBE’s annual meetings. This is an innovative international event that supports and encourages students who wish to engage in case research and writing. Submitted cases are suitable if they advance the field […]

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