Entrepreneurial happenings in and around Washington University and St. Louis week of September 17, 2017
The seminar will consider the role and importance of values for founders and entrepreneurs.
WashU alum Jeff Platt details his journey with Sky Zone, the multimillion-dollar indoor trampoline park company that he’s run since graduation.
Olin Business School’s new Entrepreneurship Summer Stipend program expands options for entrepreneurial-minded MBA candidates.
Truck Driver Power, co-founded by Olin Business School grad J.T. Peters, raises $150,000 in seed money.
Through a week of intense research, the student team learned a lot about the electric bicycle industry, its customers, its parallels to the electric car industry, and the intricacies of its supply chain.
The St. Louis Fashion Incubator focuses on entrepreneurship and the business of fashion.
Students in Olin’s CELect course put their entrepreneurship skills to use, helping The Yield Lab collect and report environmental, social and economic data to investors.
Olin alum Angela Zeng’s strong business background prepared her for a successful venture into the industry of food and drink production.