Vanderbilt Business students visited seven countries for social enterprise and consulting projects over spring break — globetrot alongside them with our interactive map
The latest news and updates from the Owen Center of Entrepreneurship and our alumni.
Owen students visited 11 tech companies – including Amazon, Google, and Facebook – in San Francisco and Seattle to learn more about jobs in the technology sector
Professor Michael Burcham’s course is a proving ground for entrepreneurs and corporate players alike.
Professor and serial entrepreneur Michael Burcham on finding success in his seminal course on starting a business.
The Paths of Lanson Hyde, Sanat Dixit, and Rob Moskowitz converge at Satchel Health.
SOCIAL-impact entrepreneur Nat Robinson’s blockchain-powered fintech startup — Leaf Global Fintech — could put Nashville on the map by supporting financial transactions for international refugees and other unbanked populations — if, that is, the startup doesn’t relocate to Colorado.
Blockchain solution, two housing-related startups advance towards grant provided by Owen alum Jim Sohr (MBA’90).
The 10th annual Vanderbilt Business Healthcare Conference explored new ways to consume and deliver healthcare
NASHVILLE-based serial entrepreneur-cum-VC Joe Maxwell confirmed he recently closed fundraising for FTP1, the initial fund of FINTOP Capital LLC.
With Mod 1 coming to a close, we caught up with the inaugural winners of the Summer Grant program. Each was given $15,000 to research, investigate, and/or launch a concept, with the hope that…