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New course explores the process behind new products

New course explores the process behind new products

  What does it take to create a successful product? According to John Clarke, it’s probably not what you think. “It’s kind of a myth that there has to be some kind of epiphany,” says Clarke, a professor of practice in management at Tulane University’s A. B. Freeman School of […]

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Entrepreneurship, Featured

Tulane Alumni Team Up After Networking Event

Tulane Alumni Team Up After Networking Event

Cullan Maumus, Class of 2013, took an opportunity he found through the New Orleans Freeman Days networking event to become the project manager and executive team member of the New Orleans Redevelopment Fund. He met Alex Hernandez, Class of 2003, at the event, and now, their start-up will “tackle blight and renovate properties to answer the […]

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Entrepreneurship, Experience, People

100. Freeman Means Entrepreneurship: Adrian Mendez (MBA ’14)

100. Freeman Means Entrepreneurship: Adrian Mendez (MBA ’14)

My Freeman MBA education has been the catalyst to furthering my professional and leadership abilities, and has broadened my academic business knowledge. Read more here.

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Entrepreneurship, Experience, Featured, New Orleans

The Tulane Business Model Competition

The Tulane Business Model Competition

2014 marks a big change to Freeman’s flagship entrepreneurship event, The Tulane Business Model Competition, which was formerly known as the Tulane Business Plan Competition. The name change indicates the national shift away from traditional business plan competitions. The Tulane Entrepreneurs’ Association (TEA) hosts the competition. This year TEA has […]

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Entrepreneurship, People

Entrepreneur Interview: Rachael Kansas

Entrepreneur Interview: Rachael Kansas

The Levy-Rosenblum Institute of Entrepreneurship is posting a second interview, this time of MBA’11s Rachael Kansas. 1. What do you think all entrepreneurs should know before starting their endeavors? Being an entrepreneur is not glamorous – it’s tough and challenging. But it is also fulfilling and fun if you have the dedication and […]

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Entrepreneurship, Experience, Featured

Tulane MBA Project Wins FCG Consultant Showcase

Tulane MBA Project Wins FCG Consultant Showcase

  From left: Dan Morrell MBA ’13, Ahmed Al Massry MBA ’14 and Timur Invannikov MBA ’14 A total of 9 teams presented at the first FCG Consulting Showcase on Friday, January 25, in the Lavin-Bernick Center at Tulane’s uptown campus. The purpose of the event is to allow students to showcase […]

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Entrepreneurship, People

Entrepreneur Interviews: Cleaver and Company

Entrepreneur Interviews: Cleaver and Company

  The Levy-Rosenblum Institute of Entrepreneurship (LRI) will be posting a monthly interview featuring Freeman entrepreneurs. Our first entrepreneur features MBA’12s Seth Hamstead and Simone Reggie, owners of Cleaver and Company. 1. What do you think all entrepreneurs should know before start their endeavors? Starting a business is not a […]

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Entrepreneurship, Experience

Real-World Consulting Opportunities for Freeman Students

The Tulane University Freeman Consulting Group has kicked off the 2012-2013 year with a great slate of projects and events designed to give graduate-level business students access to real-world, hands-on consulting and industry experience, as well as networking and job/internship opportunities. Our membership is at an all-time high of nearly […]

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Entrepreneurship, Finance

Freeman Ladies Win Case Competition

Freeman Ladies Win Case Competition

Some of Freeman’s very own won the 2011 National Association of Women’s MBA Strategy Case Competition in Newark, New Jersey, taking home a grand prize of $5,000. On March 23, Katie LaCorte, Dana Omar Mahmoud, Hakima Taoufiq and Sofia Zarate partook in the final round of the contest at the […]

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Energy, Entrepreneurship

Some Food for Thought

Some Food for Thought

Earlier this month at the 2011 Burkenroad Symposium, speakers with various backgrounds in the business world (energy, consulting, and speech communications) lectured a packed audience of undergraduates and graduates on transforming adversity into competitive advantage. As a member of Tulane Net Impact, a group concerned with promoting responsible and ethical […]

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