Alumni Investors Boost Wolfpack Businesses
The Wolfpack Investor Network connects alumni with businesses that got their start at NC State. For Pack-connected entrepreneurs, it's a win-win.
Students Showcase Startup Ideas at Lulu eGames
Student entrepreneurs take the stage at the annual Lulu eGames Thursday to present a range of innovative products and plans to potential investors.
Students Start Business to Tackle Textile Waste
NC State students and Park Scholars Emily Neville and Carly Kvietok launched Reborn Clothing Co. to revive clothes you no longer wear into new, useful products.
Faculty Rockers Pay Tribute to Led Zeppelin
Five members of the NC State faculty are part of the Quadrivium Project, a Led Zeppelin tribute band that will perform two shows at Stewart Theatre this weekend.
NC State's Entrepreneurship Initiative helps students turn their business ideas into reality. Meet some of the entrepreneurs who have graduated from the EI and gone on to success in the business world.
Entrepreneurship Clinic Receives Exemplary Nod
The NC State Entrepreneurship Clinic, based in the Poole College of Management, was presented with the Outstanding Emerging Entrepreneurship Program award by the United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship. The recognition was announced at the association's annual conference held in in Philadelphia in January.
Celebrating Innovation, Entrepreneurship
NC State professors Michael Escuti and Rodolphe Barrangou are honored as NC State's Innovator and Entrepreneur of the Year, respectively, at the 27th Celebration of Innovation and Entrepreneurship.
NC State, Lulu Extend Partnership for eGames
Independent publishing company Lulu recently announced a five-year extension of its partnership with NC State's Entrepreneurship Initiative to host the eGames, a campus-wide startup competition that awards more than $60,000 in prizes annually.
Pitches, Prize Wheels and Presentations
Check out Entrepalooza, NC State's entrepreneurship and innovation festival next Thursday at 5 p.m. on the Oval on Centennial Campus.
Study Identifies Ways to Share Key Data Between Researchers, Business Practitioners
A research team reports that researchers and practitioners share more interests than either group realizes and outlines ways that the two groups can collaborate more effectively -- and it involves changing how business schools do business.