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All In The News tagged "Baiada Institute"

You Want To Start a Business? First, Ask Yourself These Questions

Charles Sacco, associate dean at the Charles D. Close School of Entrepreneurship and director of the Baiada Institute for Entrepreneurship, was quoted in a June 2 Wall Street Journal story about questions to consider before starting a business.

goPuff, Philly’s Own on-Demand Delivery Company, Plans Massive Warehouse Expansion in Pa.

Drexel was mentioned in a Nov. 14 Philadelphia Inquirer story about GoPuff expanding its operations. The company, which was founded by Drexel students, is planning to bring more jobs to the area. Philly Voice and CBS Philly also reported the story.

The 2017 Stellar StartUps Winners Are …

Drexel's Close School of Entrepreneurship was mentioned in a Sept. 12 Philadelphia Inquirer story as a sponsor of the Stellar StartUps competition hosted by Philadelphia Media Network. Gossamer Games LLC and Boost Linguistics, founded by Drexel students, were among the winning startup companies.

How College Friends Stay Friendly After Founding Companies Together

Paritosh Gupta and Danish Dhamani, recent graduates from the College of Computing & Informatics and the College of Engineering, respectively, were featured in an Aug. 3 story about how college students manage to remains friends after founding a startup company together. Dhamani and Gupta created Orai, a speech coaching app, with support from the Baiada Institute For Entrepreneurship.

Late-Night Cravings Inspired goPuff, a Business That’s Raised Over $8M

Drexel was mentioned in a July 11 NBC News story about goPuff, a 24-hour online delivery service cofounded by former students Rafael llishayev and Yakir Gola.

Learn How to Love Talking in Public (And Stop Saying 'Um' and 'Like') With This New App

Danish Dhamani, an undergraduate in the College of Engineering, and Parish Gupta, an undergraduate in the College of Computing & Informatics, were featured in a June 5 Fast Company story about their speech coaching app called Orai.