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Student Entrepreneurs Grow $40 Million Business Student Entrepreneurs Grow $40 Million Business
Editor's Note: This article and podcast originally appeared as part of "By All Means," a series about entrepreneurship and entrepreneurs produced through a partnership between University of St. Read More... Read More...
Category: Commentary
Author: James Beal
Women: Prepare to Lead Your Family Firm
If you're reading this article, you may want to lead your family business someday but have not yet taken control of the direction your career is heading.  Or perhaps you are experiencing some of Read More...
Category: Commentary
Social Entrepreneurs Take on Water Scarcity Social Entrepreneurs Take on Water Scarcity
This article and video are part of  America’s Entrepreneurs: Making it Work , a Rewire initiative made possible by the  Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation  and  EIX, the Read More... Read More...
Category: Commentary
Trust Your Mentors, and Your Gut
Bernette Dawson named her line of skin care products "Made Organics," which stands for "Mother Approved Daily Essentials." The idea for the business was born after Dawson's son developed a skin Read More...
Category: Commentary
Producing Research Entrepreneurs Can Use Producing Research Entrepreneurs Can Use
Entrepreneurs often perceive a gap between research conducted in academia, and the practical problems that they face when building companies. As recognized by the AACSB—the accrediting body for Read More... Read More...
Category: Commentary
Author: Jon Eckhardt
Mentorship Helps Mission-Driven Venture Thrive Mentorship Helps Mission-Driven Venture Thrive
Vulnerable women living in Colombia are earning money and improving their lives through jewelry-making, thanks to Artyfactos. The company has found markets for the women's creations in the US and Read More... Read More...
Category: Commentary
5 Reasons to Include a Woman on Your Startup Team 5 Reasons to Include a Woman on Your Startup Team
Despite accounting for more than half of the US population, women are sorely underrepresented in the world of startups and entrepreneurship.  A Harvard study notes that less than 40% of business Read More... Read More...
Category: Commentary
Author: Karen Brown
Venture Helps Artisans with Special Needs Find Markets Venture Helps Artisans with Special Needs Find Markets
Yad , an eFest2019 finalist company, has a social mission at its heart: it aims to help Guatemalan artisans with special needs express themselves through art, and then find retailers who can help Read More... Read More...
Category: Commentary
eFest2018 Winner is Making Life More Colorful for Diabetics eFest2018 Winner is Making Life More Colorful for Diabetics
Meghan Sharkus of ExpressionMed, the eFest2018 grand prize winner, has made it her mission to make life more fun and fashionable for diabetics who must wear insulin devices every day. The colorful Read More... Read More...
Category: Commentary
Author: James Beal
Researchers: Are You Asking the Wrong Questions? Researchers: Are You Asking the Wrong Questions?
Editor’s Note: Charles Dhanaraj is the Founding Executive Director of the Translational Research Center at Temple University’s Fox School of Business and the H.F. “Gerry” Lenfest Professor of Read More... Read More...
Category: Commentary

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