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Congratulations to Stoel Burrowes, one of our first 3 Entrepreneurship Fellows, on his retirement.
National Library Association – Steve Cramer
Congratulations to Steven Cramer, Associate Director of the Entrepreneurship Cross-Disciplinary Program and Business & Economics Librarian for winning his 2nd national award from the National Library Association (ALA/RUSA)
Social Entrepreneurship Competition
The UNCG University Libraries is offering $400 each to the best undergraduate and graduate student social entrepreneurship business models. Second-place submissions will earn $100 each. Participants must be current students. The business models can be past class projects or can be written for this competition.
Social entrepreneurship means creating sustainable organizations that address a problem for local or global communities in an innovative way. The organizations can be for-profit or not-for-profit, and could be social, educational, environmental, artistic, etc. in nature.
A business model is a short description (typically 3-4 pages plus basic financials) of a new venture. The model provides an overview, industry analysis, market analysis, financial analysis, and a discussion of funding and the next steps.
Submissions must include:
1. The 3-4 page business model, following the template (see document on the left)
2. The one page of financials, following the template
3. Citations in APA or MLA format (in-text and works-cited list)
** For more information or guidelines for this competition please click the link below.
Entrepreneur Extraordinaire Award 2020 – Marc Ashley
Entrepreneurship Everywhere 2020 Recap
WINNER OF 7 INTERNATIONAL AND NATIONAL AWARDS INCLUDING MOST INNOVATIVE PROGRAM IN THE US BY THE DESHPANDE FOUNDATION
The Entrepreneurship Cross-Disciplinary Program implements creative classroom learning by blending innovation and entrepreneurship across campus. Within the 50 plus cross-listed courses, students develop concept models, feasibility studies, business plans, and implementation plans for businesses and innovative ventures. Students learn how to start/grow a business and to be creative/innovative in any organization, profit or nonprofit.
- Entrepreneurship major for 4 courses or an Entrepreneurship minor for 3 courses if you are a Marketing major-double count any one of 5 ENT/MKT courses.
-Dr. Dianne Welsh, Founding Director of the Entrepreneurship Program, was named the NC Board of Governors Teaching Award winner then link the article.
Dr. Dianne Welsh serves on the advisory board for the Global Consortium of Entrepreneurship Centers Conference-attended in Stockholm
UNCG is a member school
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