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If you are (or know) a high school senior considering going to Kent State, join us for Preview KSU!
This event is a great opportunity to learn about the campus, explore different majors, and partake in fun activities. Plus, you can visit LaunchNET and Design Innovation in the brand new Design Innovation Hub!
In-person: Friday, July 30 Virtual: Tuesday, August 10
Last year with a need to pivot our typical spring events, we explored the idea of offering microgrants to our students. This micro shift was a macro success, allowing us to attract new student audiences and support twice as many entrepreneurs as before.
We collaborated with LaunchNET Baldwin Wallace to co-author a guest blog post describing our experiences with microgrants in different university settings.
Kent State released Radiance, the university's fourth wine, as a part of their viticulture and enology program at Kent State Ashtabula. Made from grapes harvested from Markko Vineyards in Northeast Ohio, the white wine features pleasant aromas and flavors of citrus and tropical fruit.
Congrats to our friends at Kent State Ashtabula on the new release! 🎉
A summit that amplifies the voices of underrepresented entrepreneurs who are experts in creating, marketing, and selling digital products.
At Think in Color 2021, you'll learn from inspiring women who have been where you are right now, overcoming all obstacles to build thriving digital businesses. Now, they’re here to show you exactly how to get there too.
Inc. is looking to celebrate 100 inspiring, trail-blazing women who thrived in a very tough year. If you're a female founder who has continued to improvise and adapt, despite all the challenges, it's time you get the recognition you deserve.
This intensive 12-week business assistance program is designed to provide focused business advising, industry-specific mentoring and collaborative learning. The cohort will work intensively on various key business issues, with significant emphasis on financial projections and capital pitches.
When it comes to raising money to launch or grow your business, one increasingly popular route to go down is crowdfunding, where a large number of people chip in their cash to make something happen. Here’s how to go about it.