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March 1, 2014

Columbia University Unveils Inaugural Entrepreneurship Conference and Festival, #StartupColumbia

Columbia University Unveils Inaugural Entrepreneurship Conference and Festival, #StartupColumbia

Columbia University announces its premier festival in celebration of the entrepreneurial success budding within the University, at the very center of business. The festival is supported by the world-renowned Eugene Lang Center for Entrepreneurship, as well as Columbia’s School of Engineering. 

#StartupColumbia, which seeks to foster and encourage a culture of entrepreneurship across the university, will be held on April 11th, 2014 at Columbia University’s Morningside campus in New York City.  The Lang Center, The Columbia Entrepreneurs Organziation, together with Columbia Organization of Rising Entrepreneurs and Columbia’s Entrepreneurship department and the office of the President, will host one comprehensive day of dialogues, panel discussions, and results of the campus-wide competition. Fellow industry leaders will join Columbia students, faculty and alumni for a colloquium on innovation and business in New York City. Featured speakers will include Alan Patricof, David Tisch, Walt Mossberg.

Ticket sales will begin soon!

Stay tuned for more information. Contact with specific inquiries.

Fall 2014 Events

December 2, 2014

Entrepreneur in Residence Workshop - Jim Moore '95
"Building a Tech Company to Maximize the Outcome"
12:30-2:00PM, Uris Hall 307

December 2, 2014

Innovation and Entrepreneurship at Columbia Program
Admissions Event
6:00-9:00PM, Columbia Startup Lab-Wework

December 5, 2014

The Entrepreneurial Greenhouse Program
Admissions Event
9:00-5:00PM, Uris Hall 208, 329, 331, 332, 333

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