David Olk ’11 launched Voray to give entrepreneurs and professionals a platform to build authentic relationships that translate to business opportunities. Here’s his best advice for making these valuable connections.
Why human skills are at the center of our technology world.
“It is really, really hard to start a company. You will hear no over and over. You need to persevere and push through in spite of the world almost seeming to work against you.”
Five entrepreneurs from the health and wellness industry share how they stay motivated throughout the year.
Each year, the Lang Center awards fellowships to PhD students whose research relates to entrepreneurship. Congratulations to the 2017 recipients: Kylie Jiwon Hwang PhD ’20, Zachary Brown PhD ’20, Natalie A. Carlson PhD ’19.
How RigUp is transforming the employment landscape of the oil and gas industry.
Professors Dave Lerner and Brendan Burns '95 welcome the 18th cohort to the Entrepreneurial Greenhouse Program this spring.
How Ron Gold '91 turned a life-changing accident into an opportunity to impact thousands in need of home care.
Just when you thought charcoal deodorant and AI music had nothing in common.
Teresa Law '81 shares the story of Mountain Hazelnuts — the largest hazelnut nursery in the world, which is planting 10 million trees, doubling the income of 15 percent of Bhutan’s population.