The Hankamer School of Business (HSB) at Baylor University will host the New Venture Competition (NVC) March 24-25 at the Paul L. Foster Campus for Business and Innovation.
The John F. Baugh Center for Entrepreneurship and Free Enterprise in Baylor University’s Hankamer School of Business has announced the winners of the 2nd Annual Baylor Impact Awards.
Baylor Lariat: Baylor Entrepreneurship student and local entrepreneur, Dan Rettinger, organized a vendor fair for student business owners.
Texas Business Hall of Fame presents 2022 Awards.
The Texas Business Hall of Fame Foundation honors the accomplishments and contributions of outstanding business leaders in our state by celebrating their impact in both business and community.
Baylor University, along with venture capital firm Waco Ventures and Blueprints Labs, has formed the Lab to Market Collaborative (L2M) to bring innovative ideas and technologies out of university halls and into the market.
"I started (Acute Accents) the summer before my freshman year of college," Meinershagen said. "I wasn’t doing it super seriously, just as a fun hobby. Then when I came to college, I joined Oso Launch, which is this mentorship cohort, like an incubator program. They helped me to really form a business plan and to work out the kinks to make it more professional."
Baylor University's John F. Baugh Center for Entrepreneurship and Free Enterprise has opened applications for the 11th annual Baylor New Venture Competition (BNVC), a two-day business plan and elevator pitch competition for collegiate entrepreneurs across the world.
"Reading about Baylor's mission, the Christian faith and the fantastic work that has happened here got me very excited about this opportunity."
In this episode, Dillon Fontaine and Charlie Doebbler talk with the incoming William E. Crenshaw Dean of the Hankamer School of Business, Dr. Sandeep Mazumder, about his work as an economist, future plans for the Hankamer School of Business, and of course, entrepreneurship.
Oso Launch is a four-year program designed to support Baylor student entrepreneurs. The program walks side-by-side with students and provides mentorship and networking to those who currently own and operate a business and also those with big dreams of a starting a business.
Associate Director John F. Baugh Center for Entrepreneurship, Shaun Limbers is recognized with Solid Gold Neighbor Faculty Award.
"Create something that genuinely inspires you to become a better person." ~ Daria Rakitskaya
"A great idea will never be anything more than an idea if you don’t have the willingness to execute it." ~ Shane Trevino
Local juice bar, Oh My Juice finds a way to set itself apart.
Grounded on the mission to create a space for authentic connection, The Outdoor Table, local luxury picnic service, launched the week of March 21.
Baylor's entrepreneurship graduate program rising five places into the top ten at No. 10 in the nation.
Celebrate the success of a Texas family-owned business and/or a Baylor alumni-owned business by submitting a nomination for the inaugural Baylor Impact Awards.
"Community, we believe, begins with sharing stories," Fontaine said. "It’s a difficult field. You have to wear so many hats. You are running into problems all the time. What's important in entrepreneurship is not just the business, but the community."
Serial entrepreneur, Gib Reynolds, tells his story of building and selling a lettuce business.
Oso Launch, a cohort of student entrepreneurs in the Hankamer School of Business, supports students in building "their ventures together through mentorship, networking, business planning and practical entrepreneurship exercises."
The Baugh Center for Entrepreneurship and Free Enterprise has announced its top 10 finalists for the 10th annual New Venture Competition, a business plan and elevator pitch competition for collegiate entrepreneurs around the world held virtually March 26.
Baylor student and Oso Launch participant, Haidyn Chudy, makes her mark with a jewelry business.
A sit-down conversation with local business owner Jackson Wren of Nightlight Donuts as part of the Confessions of an Entrepreneur | Ask the Entrepreneur series.
A sit-down conversation with local business owner Jackson Wren of Nightlight Donuts. Baylor ENT: Finish this sentence -- for me, entrepreneurship means... Jackson Wren: Adventure with purpose.
The editorial website CO speaks with associate director for the Baugh Center for Entrepreneurship and Free Enterprise, Shaun Limbers.
Venturing Out talks with student-business owner and Oso Launch participant, Ellie Meinershagen.
Baylor's nationally recognized Department of Entrepreneurship and Corporate Innovation prepares tomorrow's business leaders.