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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, 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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Experience, New Orleans, People

Amy Garrick

Let me introduce myself. I am originally from Buffalo, NY. I graduated from University of Virginia in 2008 with a bachelor’s degree in psychology. I spent two years working at the FBI as an analyst before making the decision to go back to school to get my MBA. I decided […]

by × November 9, 2011 × Comments are Disabled

Entrepreneurship

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 × Comments are Disabled

Entrepreneurship

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 × Comments are Disabled

Entrepreneurship

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 × Comments are Disabled

Entrepreneurship

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 × Comments are Disabled

Entrepreneurship, Experience, New Orleans

Louisiana Secretary of Economic Development, Stephen Moret gave the keynote at tonight’s fo

Louisiana Secretary of Economic Development, Stephen Moret gave the keynote at tonight’s fo

Louisiana Secretary of Economic Development, Stephen Moret gave the keynote at tonight’s forum on opportunities for Entrepreneurship in New Orleans. Moret and four local enrepreneurs (2 of them with Tulane MBAs) discussed the NEW New Orleans for a packed room. Knud Berthelsen

by × November 24, 2008 × Comments are Disabled

Global, People

Hi, I’m Knud Berthelsen and I’ve been peer pressured into introducing myself

Hi, I’m Knud Berthelsen and I’ve been peer pressured into introducing myself

Hi, I’m Knud Berthelsen and I’ve been peer pressured into introducing myself by my fellow bloggers here. I’m a second year MBA from Norway concentrating in Strategic Management & Leadership. I moved to New Orleans from Washington DC where I first followed U.S. domestic politics at the political dept. of […]

by × November 6, 2008 × Comments are Disabled