Entrepreneurship

Energy, Entrepreneurship, Master of Business Administration, Programs

Honor in the Face of Fire

Honor in the Face of Fire

Freeman School’s Burkenroad Institute hosted its annual symposium yesterday; this year the theme was “Honor in the Face of Fire.” The Symposium publicity material (see above) looked pretty severe, so I wasn’t quite sure what to expect. As it turns out, all speakers gave very interesting presentations about business ethics, […]

by × February 19, 2011 × 0 comments

Entrepreneurship, Master of Business Administration, New Orleans, Programs

Be Part of the Brain Gain

Be Part of the Brain Gain

It’s no secret that many Tulane students come to New Orleans, enjoy their college experience, and go back home. With a large population of students from the East and West coasts, that’s bound to happen. As the economy continues to affect new jobs in the country’s bigger cities, many Tulane […]

by × February 15, 2011 × 0 comments

Entrepreneurship, Master of Business Administration, Programs

Marketing Planning and Implementation

Marketing Planning and Implementation

So, figured I would take this opportunity to tell you about Marketing Planning and Implementation, one of the classes that I am taking this spring. Our major grade for the class is based on a semester-long group marketing project. For the project, groups of students partner with a local business […]

by × January 24, 2011 × 0 comments

Entrepreneurship, Master of Business Administration, New Orleans, Programs

TEA and Net Impact members sponsor free Pete’s Pedal Pops on the back patio of GWII on a su

TEA and Net Impact members sponsor free Pete’s Pedal Pops on the back patio of GWII on a su

TEA and Net Impact members sponsor free Pete’s Pedal Pops on the back patio of GWII on a sunny September afternoon.

by × September 23, 2010 × 0 comments

Entrepreneurship, Finance, Master of Business Administration, Programs

KeyBank Business Case Competition

KeyBank Business Case Competition

One of the best opportunities you have as an MBA student is to take part in extremely engaging extracurricular activities. Whether doing consulting for startups, building marketing plans to rebrand local businesses there is probably something going on that will interest you. Then there are the case competitions. I was […]

by × March 2, 2010 × 0 comments

Entrepreneurship, Master of Business Administration, Programs

Come to Tulane & Launch your Business

If you happen to be looking for a school were you can get your MBA and launch your business you need to strongly consider Tulane. The school is regularly ranked one of the top 15 programs for entrepreneur studies by Entrepreneur Magazine and the Princenton Review. Rankings aside, we have […]

by × August 10, 2009 × 0 comments

Entrepreneurship, Master of Business Administration, Programs

Tulane MBAs win Big at Business Plan Competition

Months of hard work recently paid off for two Tulane MBAs as they took first and second place at the IdeaVillage-504ward Business Plan competition. The plan was sponsored by private donations from the city of New Orleans and received 146 submissions. Ishaneka Williams, a first-year MBA, and her business partner […]

by × April 23, 2009 × 0 comments

Entrepreneurship, Master of Business Administration, Programs

Interview with Business Plan Winner Ishaneka Williams

What prompted you to enter the competition? I am a native New Orleanian so working to eliminate the ‘brain drain’ and loss of talent from the city is very dear to me. I wanted to be a part of the solution and the competition gave us that opportunity. I love […]

by × April 23, 2009 × 0 comments

Entrepreneurship, Experience, Master of Business Administration, Programs

Lunch Workshop On Leadership & Innovation

Lunch Workshop On Leadership & Innovation

Following today’s Burkenroad Symposium the four speakers participated in a lunch workshop on leadership and innovation. Four tables of one speaker and eight students worked through a delicious lunch before presenting their findings to the others. I had the director of the National Science Foundation at my table. Appointed by […]

by × March 6, 2009 × 0 comments

Entrepreneurship, Master of Business Administration, Programs

Tulane Business Plan Competition!

After the registration deadline, the Tulane Business Plan Comeptition team managed to get 85 total applicants, which represents a 250% increase from last year. The applications came from 37 universities and 6 countries! In addition, we have confirmed 85 judges to participate in grading the plans. These people were hand […]

by × February 17, 2009 × 0 comments