The plane-sharing website created by a Northeastern student and an alumnus recently expanded its network to San Francisco and is currently part of Y Combinator, a Silicon Valley-based seed accelerator.
Leaders in Northeastern’s entrepreneurship community spoke last week at a national conference focused on preparing students and alumni to launch their careers at fast-growing companies and startups.
Photos to Photos, a free mobile game created by Northeastern alumnus Charles Svirk, DMSB’13, and his business partner Matthew Valich, puts a twist on the popular childhood game Apples to Apples.
Ali Kothari, DMSB’17, was one of more than a dozen entrepreneurs from IDEA-affiliated startups who pitched their ventures to potential investors on Wednesday night at Boston’s new innovation center.
In May, some 30 Northeastern students began the Social Enterprise Institute’s monthlong field study program to Cuba and the Dominican Republic. In June, they returned with a deeper understanding of life in Latin America.
Seven faculty research projects have been selected to receive grants through a new initiative that promotes innovative teaching approaches in the classroom and advances undergraduate learning at Northeastern.
Nick Naraghi, DMSB’15, served as Student Body President last year. Now, the finance student in the D’Amore-McKim School of Business is leading IDEA, Northeastern University’s student-run venture accelerator. Here, Naraghi reflects on his SGA experience and discusses his vision for IDEA and personal interest in entrepreneurship and innovation.
A new national survey by Northeastern University reveals a concern among U.S. business leaders about the pipeline of talent produced by American colleges and universities.
The yearlong graduate program is aimed at working professionals who want to become innovation leaders in the corporate environment.
At the sixth event in Northeastern’s Women Who Inspire series, CEOs of three of the area’s top pharmaceutical companies discussed the challenges and rewards of being a leader in the drug discovery industry.
Northeastern’s student-run venture accelerator has now granted a half-million dollars in gap funding. Over the past five years, IDEA’s Gap Fund has helped 35 ventures jumpstart or continue their journey to success.
Nutritious coffee bars, healthcare apps, and sleeveless shirts were among the ventures on display Wednesday night at NEXPO, a bi-annual startup showcase highlighting entrepreneurship on campus.