At NU we believe that anyone can become an entrepreneur. Attend the Molloy Speaker Series and the 3 student group events from the College of Business, the 3 panels hosted by the Law School, and the networking event hosted by Revolve Nation to meet with entrepreneurs on campus and in the greater Boston area.
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Creating a company by bringing a new technology to market, especially in high-tech industries, causes special challenges for entrepreneurs. Attend the networking event hosted by the Society of Women Engineers, and the speaker events hosted by the School of Technological Entrepreneurship and the College of Computer & Information Science to hear from tech entrepreneurs.
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Businesses in which family members have significant ownership stakes and control are the predominant form of businesses in the US. Family businesses have great difficulty in lasting more than a generation or two. Hear from an entrepreneur who has started a business with his brother on the challenges of working with family members.
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Health Science Entrepreneurship
Health Sciences Entrepreneurship is dedicated to fostering entrepreneurship in the rapidly evolving world of health care. Plan to meet and engage in small group discussions with inspiring health sciences entrepreneurs, who will share the successes and failures they experienced as they launched their companies and followed their dreams.
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Physical Therapy Entrepreneurship
As jobs in professional services have become harder to find, more students are creating their own businesses. In the Physical Therapy program, students are exposed to the advantages and disadvantages of having to start their own businesses to further their careers. Meet with and listen to people who have started successful PT businesses.
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Music Industry Entrepreneurship
Becoming a success in the music industry is extremely challenging. Music entrepreneurship concerns the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to plan, finance, develop, and operate a new music venture. Attend the three sessions about music entrepreneurship.
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Creative Industries Entrepreneurship
In the Creative Industries entrepreneurs integrate creative content with technology in a wide variety of venues and projects. Two major areas are in Game Design and Interactive Media. Attend the Law School's panel on the Electronic Games Industry and the EntreTech Forum panel on Digital Media and Gaming.
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Social Entrepreneurship seeks to promote the use of business as a platform to find enterprise based solutions to help solve societal problems, both domestically and internationally. Attend the Law School panel on helping inner-city entrepreneurs, and hear speakers on helping people in poverty from the Social Enterprise Institute and the Institute of Sport and Society.
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Technology commercialization is the further development of science and technology into commercially viable products and processes. "Attend" an online program about the challenges of technology commercialization.
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One of the biggest hurdles to the successful startup of a business is garnering resources. NU has two student run organizations that provide seed funding and help to NU startups. Attend the boot camp training session that is part of the Husky Innovation Challenge, and present to angel investors that is part of IDEA.
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