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…
The latest news and updates from the Owen Center of Entrepreneurship and our alumni.
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
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.