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Hear from Kellogg School faculty, alumni and students as they share insights and experiences launching and scaling startups, and igniting growth and innovation within established companies.

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Off The 2018 Launchpad: Kellogg’s Hottest MBA Startups

A startup is like art. It is a profoundly intimate expression of the founder. A passion molded into a mission, a startup is a means to invent, serve, compete, and endow.

Poets & Quants, 23 May 2018

Two Illinois Colleges Among Schools with the Most Startup CEOs Who've Raised $1M

A new analysis from Crunchbase shows the top 20 colleges that produce the most CEOs of startups that have raised more than $1 million in the last year.

AmericanInno, 14 May 2018

Kellogg startups aim to solve complex global problems

Experiential courses and individualized co-curricular programming provide the launch pad students need to tackle big issues

14 Mar 2018

How to avoid taking on too many responsibilities

Article uses the insights of Professor Carter Cast to discuss strategies to work smart and succeed rather than taking on too much and falling behind. Originally published in Kellogg Insight.

Quartz, 28 Jun 2018

RXBAR, JFK And How To Win The Hard Way

Article by Adjunct Lecturer Paul Earle gives an account of entrepreneur Peter Rahal’s journey to success. The creator of the RXBAR spoke about the challenges he and his team faced, including doubt from others and the already crowded market, and the article goes on to pull three important messages from Rahal’s success story.

Forbes, 27 Jun 2018

One Place We Actually Need More Love In The Workplace

Article by Adjunct Lecturer Jeff Hyman talks about how important the hiring process is in having a successful business in a very competitive world, and that a large part of that is showing candidates individualized attention and care. He shares strategies to accomplish this and woo top candidates.

Forbes, 27 Jun 2018

Silicon Valley’s ideal entrepreneur is about 20 years too young, research shows

Article examines the assumption, particularly prevalent in Silicon Valley, that a younger entrepreneur will be more successful than an older one. According to Professor Benjamin Jones’ research, which examined more than 2 million company founders, the most successful entrepreneurs are middle-aged. Professor Jones’ research was also featured in Inc., 26 Jun 2018

    The Business of Growth

    Hear from Kellogg School faculty and alumni on what it takes to successfully grow and scale a business.

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