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All In The News tagged "Close School of Entrepreneurship"

YouTube career or college? The new question facing teens

Damian Salas, assistant dean of entrepreneurship programs and assistant teaching professor in the Close School of Entrepreneurship, was quoted in an Oct. 16 NBC News story the choice young YouTube “stars” make about whether to attend college. The story also featured Noah Taitano and Ryan Burton, both undergraduates in the Westphal College of Media Arts & Design, about their own rise of YouTube stardom with their channel, “Love Live Serve.”

How Women Entrepreneurs Can Get The Most Out of Crowdfunding

Donna DeCarolis, PhD, dean of the Close School of Entrepreneurship, was quoted in a June 19MarketWatch story about women entrepreneurs and crowdfunding.

8 Ways Women Entrepreneurs Can Use Crowdfunding Successfully

Donna De Carolis, PhD, was quoted in a June 10 Forbes story about ways women entrepreneurs can use crowdfunding successfully.

Scholly Announces Fund For Students Hurt By Howard University Financial Aid Scandal

Drexel was mentioned in an April 17 Forbes story about the latest Scholly initiative. Co-founded by Christopher Gray, while an undergraduate in the Close School of Entrepreneurship, the Scholly app streamlines the process of finding college scholarships. Gray announced the launch of a scholarship fund aimed at helping Howard University students affected by the loss of aid due to misappropriation of scholarship funds.

Women Entrepreneurs: Get Certified as a Woman-Owned Business

Donna De Carolis PhD, dean of the Close School of Entrepreneurship, was quoted in a March 16Forbes story about woman-owned businesses.

Can You Learn How to be an Entrepreneur? FGCU Thinks So

Damian Salas, assistant teaching professor and assistant dean of entrepreneurship programs at the Close School of Entrepreneurship, was quoted in a Dec. 14 News-Press (Fort Myers, Fla.) story about teaching students to become entrepreneurs.

This Drexel Prof has the Same tip for Start-ups and New College Grads: Get a Brand!

Ethan Bresnahan, an undergraduate in the LeBow College of Business, and Orly Zeewy, an adjunct faculty member in the Close School of Entrepreneurship, were quoted in an Oct. 19 Philadelphia Inquirer story about the importance of brand identity for start-up companies.

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 NBCNews.com 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.

Want to Improve Your Public Speaking Skills? There’s an App For That

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 29 NBC News story about their speech coaching app called Orai.

 

An App to Make You a Better Public Speaker

Danish Dhamani, an undergraduate in the College of Engineering, and Paritosh Gupta, an undergraduate in the College of Computing & Informatics, were featured in a May 23 Smithsonian.com story about their startup company, in the Baiada Institute, that is developing a personal speech-coaching app called Orai.

Hey, Mom--I'm Majoring in Coffee Shop

The co-op experience at the Saxbys Cafe on campus was mentioned in a May 23 Inc story about the company's student-run cafes. President John Fry and several students were quoted in the story.