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Max Kilb is a duct tape wizard, Lindsey Burke has an eye for design and Nikki Makwinski can bake almost anything in her dorm room.All three were in the Curry Student Center last Friday afternoon to sell their products and promote their new businesses at...

Ken Gordon, Partner, Goodwin Procter Bill Schnoor, Partner, Goodwin Procter On Friday morning, Bill Schnoor and Ken Gordon joined CRI for an informal breakfast where they introduced participants to a unique program at Goodwin Procter entitled Founder’s Workbench. Founder’s Workbench provides a free self-service document generator to assist...

Peter Osborn, Senior Associate, WilmerHale  While enjoying boxed lunches, a group of students, faculty, staff, and alumni listened to Peter Osborn of WilmerHale as he carefully detailed the protocols for setting up a business -- discussing such topics as incorporation, partnerships, taxation, intellectual property, investors, and...

Jeff McCarthy, Partner at North Bridge Venture Partners Former entrepreneur-turned-venture capitalist Jeff McCarthy understands what it’s like to sit on the other side of the table.  A partner with North Bridge Venture Partners for the past 13 years, McCarthy spoke to students, faculty and alumni during...

Tucker Marion, Assistant Professor in the College of Business Administration James Read, Professor from Mass College of Art At both the undergraduate and graduate level, classes on New Product Development (NPD) have historically focused on best practices employed by large, established corporations. New ventures, however, cannot follow...

Mark Solomon, Principal with Hamilton, Brook, Smith & Reynolds Deirdre Sanders, Principal with Hamilton, Brook, Smith & Reynolds Joshua Matloff, Associate with Hamilton, Brook, Smith & Reynolds   Opening our “Breakfast of Champions” series, intellectual property attorneys Mark Solomon, Deirdre Sanders, and Joshua Matloff of Hamilton, Brook, Smith &...

Choosing to become an entrepreneur may be the most challenging career move a young professional could make, said Ben Kaufman, the 24-year-old chief operating officer of Quirky, a New York City-based social product development company....