Student entrepreneurs

#JustStart: Board Blazers’ Greg Rudolph remembers his first pitch

September 30, 2015

It’s intimidating to talk about your idea in front of people, but the key is to know that EVERYONE is in the same boat as you are, more or less.

What does it take to launch an idea? Just Start!

September 28, 2015

It’s not easy to launch a startup that will be the next Facebook, Tesla or non-profit that will change the world. We have come up with the perfect recipe for

Startup Tools: The molecular chemistry of brand building. Wait, what?!

September 17, 2015

You were born an original, don’t die a copy. — James Mason. This quote by James Mason is also the title of his book. If you turn it over you will

The White House, UNICEF recognize Sun Devils

September 15, 2015

This Monday had only just begun when we found out that Arizona State University’s remote healthcare solutions startup teleScrypts is a top 10 finalist for UNICEF’s #WearablesforGood design challenge. According

Flashback Friday: 5 things you absolutely have to know about

September 5, 2015

Nobody should suffer from FOMO (fear of missing out, for the uninitiated), so we’re launching our Flashback Friday posts to give you five things to sum up this week for

ASU student startup helps journalists stay safe

September 1, 2015

Note: Due to the high-risk nature of PACE Development Group’s work, the founders have requested that their names be withheld. Last year, the world was stunned by the Islamic State’s

News Brief: ASU students’ venture on top at Euro innovation competition

August 31, 2015

How many Arizona State University student entrepreneurs does it take to develop a solution for parents and nannies to share photos and videos of a child’s memorable moments, share critical information on the go,

News Brief: ASU grad pursues idea during Thiel Fellowship

August 26, 2015

Entrepreneur, intrapreneur, innovator…Any and all of these words could be used to describe Arizona State University grad Shantanu Bala who is the first Thiel Fellow from Arizona. The Edson program