Three SMU seniors participated in the Dallas Festival of Ideas’ Entrepreneurial Forum Saturday, where each pitched their Big iDeas to a crowd of Dallasites in the hopes of winning several entrepreneurial prizes.
One minute to prep. Ten minutes to present. Four minutes to answer questions from the judges. Five minutes for judges to take notes and deliberate. Twenty minutes total to make … Read More
Nine student teams were given $1,000 and three months to implement their pitched business plans.
SMU senior mechanical engineering major Jonah Kirby won roundtrip flights to Los Angeles to participate in the national RECESS contest. Fiddler offers affordable wind energy to the average consumer.
Do you have your own business? Apply for the regional Entrepreneur’s Organization’s Global Student Entrepreneur Awards. Student entrepreneurs that apply will get the chance to showcase their businesses at the … Read More
On today’s Daily Update, Dallas Hall wins an environmental award, learn about SMU students who are starting their own businesses, and a new app lets users find an interactive way for people to rate food.
Located at the offices at Mockingbird Station, one business is giving small startups a chance to work in a professional environment.
James Loomstein, a professor in the SMU MBA program and the CEO of Digital Space Consulting, spoke at Big iDeas’ CUBE Friday, giving advice for start-up companies.
Premiering as a new class spring 2014, “Accelerating a Start-Up: Going from Idea to Implementation” (AMAE 4377) provides students the opportunity to partner with Dallas Entrepreneur Center (DEC) mentors, gain real-world experience and work as teams to launch their ideas.