Two teams of Vanderbilt University entrepreneurs involved with the National Science Foundation’s Innovation Corps training program took home the top prizes at Tuesday’s 36|86: Student Edition pitch competition.
The latest news and updates from the Owen Center of Entrepreneurship and our alumni.
An Atlanta-based venture capital firm says it’s making progress to remove gender and racial bias in the industry while funding startups with a positive social impact…
Yes, it employs the blockchain. And yes, it involves financial services. But, despite some confusion, Leaf Global Fintech is not one of the cars on the rollercoaster ride of cryptocurrency speculation…
Embracing the roller-coaster life of entrepreneurs, three MBA alumni share their stories of startup success from the heady launch days through sleeping in parking lots to celebrating $10 million months…
As another school year comes to a close, we’ll be looking back on the best stories of the past academic year over the next few days. Our series continues with a look at the founders, startups, VCs, and professors that embody Vanderbilt’s entrepreneurial spirit.
EMBA alum Michael Dean (EMBA’17) takes his Launching the Venture business idea and makes it a reality
MBA’18 Taneisha Gordon’s laser-cut goods business is the culmination of a personal search for career fulfillment
Joe Curnow and Taneisha Gordon (both MBA’18) secured $5,000 grants for their ventures
Patrick Morsches and Rachel Rock-Blake (both MBA’18) receive grants for housing services and invasive species certification concepts, respectively
Vanderbilt Business students visited seven countries for social enterprise and consulting projects over spring break — globetrot alongside them with our interactive map