Entrepreneurship Immersion Week (EIW) is an intensive one-week (ish) immersion experience for undergraduates from all disciplines to immerse themselves in the skills needed to help them develop new business concepts and apply these skills in a team-based business concept competition. July 28-August 1, 2019, at Kent State University
A panel discussion about innovation at Kent State.
Join KSU innovators from different fields and backgrounds for a conversation about what innovation looks like and means at Kent State. The recording of the discussion will air on Thursday, May 2nd, as the final episode of the KENT-repreneur podcast.
This year, we’re putting the audience in charge at Startup Scaleup, giving them the chance to vote for their favorite potential panelists before the event, then hear them live on stage at our “Pick Your Panel” session.
If you’d like to be one of the panelists, the first step is to submit a link to a 90 second YouTube video explaining why you’d make a great Startup Scaleup speaker. We’ll select 10 finalists, then turn it over to the attendees to vote for their favorites!
Our first-floor Generator space is opening in May and we are ready to celebrate! The public is invited to join us on Wed., May 22, for our Grand Opening and building-wide Open House. The event includes a full day of free activities to highlight many of the things Bounce has to offer, while showcasing our startups in residence.
The Commons Program is an entrepreneurship and innovation accelerator program designed to attract, develop, and retain the most talented and motivated minds by blending corporate innovation and student start-up ventures along with mentoring professionals to give students a truly unique, real-world experience.
May 20 & 22 This event promotes cooperation among small businesses and MBEs to engage with corporations for the purpose of growth and development. Attendees will be able to capitalize on numerous benefits from attending this event including workshops, the business-to-business tradeshow, and networking.
Just a few years ago, Rachel Brathen, a.k.a., “Yoga Girl,” was sharing her experiences with yoga on a growing little platform called Instagram while trying to fill a small class of 30 at a local studio.
Today, Brathen has more than 2M followers on Instagram, is a serial entrepreneur, a New York Times best-selling author, and the founder of three different not-for-profits. How did she do it?