What does your venture do? Korwave gives children with epilepsy a greater sense of independence and safety with a mobile, wearable, and discrete brain-monitoring system.
A new program at Arizona State University aims to bridge that gap for local chefs. The Prepped Program targets mobile food entrepreneurs — mostly women and people of color — who need a boost to get their business off the ground. (photo courtesy: KJZZ)
Brent Sebold, director of entrepreneurship at [ASU], thinks these students are the future of Phoenix’s tech community.
“We are building a process to develop entrepreneurs of all stripes, of all developmental stages, at scale,” he said. “If we do this right, we could be onto something very big here.”
ASU outpaced universities including Duke, Yale, Carnegie Mellon, Georgetown and Dartmouth.
ASU Now | July 19, 2017
The new council will be designed and launched by Ellen Levy — a consultant and innovator who has been called “the most connected woman in Silicon Valley.” She will co-chair the council with ASU President Michael M. Crow.
ASU Now | June 23, 2017
Host Traci Morris smiled knowingly, anticipating the reason. But she wanted everyone to give themselves a pat on the back for a job well done.
“I never called myself an entrepreneur either, but I would argue that you’re all innovators, business people and entrepreneurs,” said Morris, ASU’s American Indian Policy Institute director and Inno-NATIONS founder. “If we weren’t great innovators and adaptors, we wouldn’t have survived Colonialism. I think Native Americans are the greatest entrepreneurs of all.”
BusinessBecause | June 16, 2017
“An MBA helps students understand the entire system of business; what the needs are in the marketplace, how to innovate, and how to adapt,” says Pam Delany, director of graduate admission and recruitment at Arizona State University’s WP Carey School of Business.