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Entrepreneurship is more than the process of starting a business. It is about identifying, valuing, and capturing opportunities. An entrepreneurial mindset is crucial for all organizations — small or large, new or old, for-profit or not-for-profit. Between our in class curriculum and our out of class events, programs, panels, guest speakers and

workshops, the Eugene Lang Entrepreneurship Center provides students with the tools and education needed to start a business, grow a business or to simply think entrepreneurially. Our programs are meant to instill an entrepreneurial mindset in every student that interacts with Columbia Business School.

Think Entrepreneurially

Let the Lang Center help you to think like an entrepreneur.

No matter what you do after Columbia Business School, the Lang Center can help you learn to approach problems and opportunities like an entrepreneur.

The Lang Center provides opportunities to hone your entrepreneurial way of thinking through access to the business, management and leadership skills needed to improve the world around you.

The “Think Entrepreneurially” track is for anyone in any role within a startup, large company, and everything in between.

Programs

Entrepreneur in Residence Program
Entrepreneurial Sounding Board

 

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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