From having your first lemonade stand as a child to building a successful small business, there’s something to be said about being at the top of an organization, your own boss, in charge of the whole company—about choosing to be an entrepreneur.
The inaugural issue of Venture magazine takes a dive into the world of entrepreneurship. Young entrepreneurs will say creating the job—being an entrepreneur—starts with a great idea and continues on with a followed passion. Seasoned entrepreneurs are adamant: it’s really about the plan—getting it on paper, leaning on effective and efficient resources and the lessons you learned inside the classroom translated into the real-world.
The new issue–available online now–examines entrepreneurship through stories of successful students and alumni, University faculty and staff.
The issue includes:
- Updates from College of Business Dean Bill Tallon in From the D-Suite.
- Maximizing innovations for success: A story about the concept of innovation and coming up with new ideas that can add to a company’s bottom line.
- Student and alumni profiles.