de KAE lets alumni share business success
With 85 percent of the Kellogg School's entrepreneurship majors
entering the field at some point after graduation, alumni
have launched a rich variety of successful businesses. A recent
initiative from the Larry and Carol Levy Institute for Entrepreneurial
Practice lets faculty and students explore these ventures
while alumni share critical insights about their accomplishments
in starting, owning or running a business. Read
student-run conference brings 'Ideas to Action'
What's next in manufacturing? That will be the question occupying
Kellogg students, faculty, alumni and industry experts at
the Manufacturing Business Conference
on May 12. Read more...
entrepreneurs bring insights to Kellogg series
Most entrepreneurs will agree that success can occur in unlikely
places. Paul Orfalea found it
in a converted hamburger stand at the University of California
at Santa Barbara almost 40 years ago. With a basic copy machine
and a supply of notebooks and pens, he satisfied an unmet
demand for duplication services among area students. Still
a student himself, Orfalea called his copy stand Kinko's.