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Liz Wilkes '13 of Exubrancy talks about the Columbia Startup Lab.
Columbia Business School Startup and Investor Directory
CBSstartups.com allows you to browse alumni companies, PE/VC funds, and investors, learn more about the latest funding rounds and startup news, and subscribe for daily updates.
Columbia Startup Lab
Alumni entrepreneurs who have graduated within the past five years are eligible to apply for space at Columbia Startup Lab. The Lab has become the symbolic nexus for Columbia’s commitment to entrepreneurship – home to a 71-person cohort of entrepreneurs from partnering schools across the University, it has been “corporate headquarters” for more than 110 Columbia-founded ventures. To date around 20 percent of the teams are hiring, raising funding, and are cash flow positive with about 10 percent driving annual revenue of more than $1 million.
Eugene M. Lang Entrepreneurial Initiative Fund
The Eugene M. Lang Entrepreneurial Initiative Fund provides early-stage investing opportunities to graduating students and Columbia Startup Lab alumni who have graduated within the past five years and are actively raising funds.
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The research centers, special programs, institutes, and cross-disciplinary areas at Columbia Business School span a wide range of topics, interests, and functions, producing original research, partnering with companies and institutions, designing coursework, and promoting public discourse.
In addition to visiting the library, where you can access more than 300 databases on business, economics, social sciences, humanities, and science information sources and more than 7.5 million volumes of print material, alumni can use the Libraries’ Alumni Gateway to remotely log in to databases that provide access to the full text of more than 4,800 journals and newspapers.
Columbia Business School is regularly in the news, be it about faculty research, alumni accomplishments, innovations in business education, or plans for the future. If you have a story to pitch for an alumni publication, please contact Lauren Saxton, Alumni Relations, at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you represent the press, please contact Keshia Mark, associate director of public relations, at email@example.com with your inquiry.
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