How the maker movement helps turn ideas into businesses

May 15, 2015

ASU’s pioneering role in advancing the maker movement in the Valley is evident at TechShop Chandler. The do-it-yourself makerspace is located at the ASU Chandler Innovation Center in Downtown Chandler.

What’s behind the lack of women in STEM careers and how to change it

April 15, 2015

Speaking at the 2015 Girls in Tech conference, ASU’s dean of entrepreneurship said that higher education institutions can and should play a key role in leveling the playing field for

Library room dedicated to getting new businesses off the ground

April 15, 2015

ASU’s Entrepreneur Outreach Network is making libraries spaces of innovation and economic development for their communities.

Ducey signs Arizona equity crowdfunding bill aimed at small businesses, entrepreneurs

April 15, 2015

What will be the impact of equity crowdfunding on local businesses? Reporter Hayley Ringle focused on the pros and cons of the bill signed into law by Arizona Gov. Doug

Skateboard entrepreneur has seen the light

April 15, 2015

ASU alum and Edson participant Greg Rudolph created his skateboard lighting company called Board Blazers in college after a brief conversation with a skateboarder.

ASU Edson companies innovate future in medicine, public health

March 18, 2015

Two teams from ASU’s College of Liberal Arts and Sciences are making scientific breakthroughs by developing ways to prevent fogging on surgical lenses and producing a tablet that will immediately

ASU Edson Initiative gears up for another round of student-driven innovation

March 15, 2015

The ASU Edson Student Entrepreneur Initiative supports some of the top startups at ASU by providing resources, including office space at ASU SkySong, up to $20,000 in seed funding and

ASU, UA and NAU student startups compete for Territorial Cup

March 15, 2015

Startups from ASU, UA and NAU will compete for the highest honor at the upcoming Arizona Collegiate Venture Competition.

Phoenix small businesses turn to crowdfunding to stay afloat

March 15, 2015

Small businesses in Phoenix are increasingly using crowdfunding to finance growth or stay afloat. ASU crowdfunding expert explains why crowdfunding may be a viable source of fundraising for small businesses.

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