Posts categorized "Entrepreneurship"
Borgman and his Hadapt cofounder, Professor Daniel Abaddi, were among a lineup of speakers who shared their professional stories during the Yale Alumni Association’s annual assembly.Read More
Jonas Clark '15 took a deep breath. "How am I doing? I'm great. Tired. But I signed up for this. We didn't apply anywhere else. We knew we were coming to SOM. We knew we were going to start this business."Read More
Last week, the Yale SOM Entrepreneurship Club welcomed Uyen Tieu, Co-Founder & Chief Revenue Officer of Rumble. The first in the club's series of invited speakers, Uyen gave students a candid look into the life of a tech entrepreneur.Read More
A Yale SOM student startup was invited to showcase its technology at the Silicon Innovation Forum (SIF) at SEMICON West, with promising results.Read More
After working at Acumen this past summer, I was left with questions about talent in the social impact sector (or purpose-driven talent) and how companies can connect social impact to talent development.Read More
I felt like writing this to share because when I was deciding whether to apply to business school or not, I really wanted to know if I would get to have these conversations going to SOM. It seemed like a huge part of the value of going to school would be to be exposed to so many amazing individuals and at the same time something that was hard to get a clear sense of.
So here’s a few of my favorite parts of my week.Read More
Katie Rae ’97, the managing director of a top tech accelerator called Techstars, visited campus this week to talk about entrepreneurship in an event hosted by the Women in Management Club. Rather than lecture about her life or Techstars, Katie took an unexpected approach and interacted with the crowd extensively. It was a great opportunity to get this type of access to an entrepreneur.