Communications studies major Natalie Dickinson started a Tumblr blog for young people breaking into the music industry—and is now developing a business plan with guidance from faculty and her peers.
The Handle Bar founder and Northeastern alumna Jessica Bashelor shares her experience opening and running her own fitness studio in South Boston.
Fresh Truck co-founder and Northeastern alumnus Daniel Clarke shares his experience turning and school bus into a thriving mobile farmers market.
Robert Dalton, a 2007 graduate, and his wife Nicole launched 88 acres last month to coincide with a Kickstarter campaign.
An organization co-founded by Northeastern alumnus Ben Kneppers has support from venture accelerator programs at Northeastern and in Chile to turn trash from the South American country’s communities and coastline into a sustainable business.
Northeastern’s entrepreneurial success is predicated largely on the diligent work of students, who lead organizations like the E-Club and the IDEA venture accelerator.
Two Northeastern alumni entrepreneurs unveiled their mobile produce market on Thursday that aims to bring healthy food to underserved areas of Boston.
An investment from engineering alumnus Michael Sherman will establish the Michael J. and Ann Sherman Center for Engineering Entrepreneurship Education.
Entrepreneurs with ties to Northeastern got the chance to pitch their business ideas to potential investors and mentors on Wednesday night at IDEA’s biannual Pitch-a-thon.
“We Are The Kids,” communication studies major Natalie Dickinson’s blog, has amassed some 25,000 followers, the majority of whom are young people looking to break into the music industry.
In a mobile economy saturated by millions of applications, pre-launch buzz can make all of the difference. That’s where PreApps comes in.
Northeastern’s unique Lab to Ventures program guides top graduate students through the process of turning their research into independent, successful companies.
Two Northeastern alumni are looking to bring fruits and vegetables to Boston’s neighborhoods via Fresh Truck, a bus that would be converted into a mobile produce shop.
A low-cost, high-quality turntable developed by a Northeastern graduate with the financial support of IDEA has raised more than $100,000 on the crowdsourcing website Kickstarter.
More than 500 people attended IDEA’s entrepreneurship expo, in which representatives from more than 40 ventures showcased their businesses on Wednesday evening.
Four alumni have launched a new travel company called Off The Grid Excursions that takes vacationers off the beaten path, and around the world.
Northeastern University and MassChallenge have teamed up to provide paid entrepreneurship co-op positions with start-up ventures, many of which are run by the university’s alumni.
More than two dozen entrepreneurs had the opportunity to pitch their businesses to investors at IDEA’s first annual Pitch-a-thon.
Six start-ups have completed the mentorship program offered by IDEA, Northeastern’s student-run venture accelerator.
The Massachusetts Innovation and Technology Exchange recognized IDEA and the Entrepreneurs Club as the state’s top contributors to innovation in higher education.
The center, made possible with a $5 million gift, helps foster and develop a new generation of entrepreneurs across academic disciplines.
On Thursday, students, faculty, alumni and guests from the School of Law commemorated World Intellectual Property Day, celebrating visionary innovators, their contributions and the role of IP.
On Thursday, Northeastern’s Entrepreneurs Club hosted the Spring 2012 Husky Startup Challenge Demo Day, at which 18 student entrepreneurs pitched their innovative ideas, garnered support from the community and celebrated the entrepreneurial […]
Three Northeastern students have launched an online social platform that pairs renters looking to sublet with students in need of housing.
Northeastern today kicks off Global Entrepreneurship Week, a five-day series of events celebrating and promoting entrepreneurship and innovation on campus, in Boston and around the world.
Senior Praful Mathur was one of a handful of U.S. students to attend the World Foresight Forum, a summit on solving 21st century global challenges.