Local: The Columbia Community Business Program Through programs like the Columbia Community Business Program, the School is connecting local entrepreneurs with world-class knowledge and technical skills — and, in turn, deepening students' abilities to apply what they learn in the classroom to the real world. Read more.
International: Thriving in Africa The Private Equity and Entrepreneurship in Africa course at Columbia Business School examines how entrepreneurs and those who invest in them design, negotiate, and execute ventures that make use of resources and opportunities in the challenging environment of sub-Saharan Africa. Listen to some of the featured class speakers talk about their companies and opportunities in Africa. Watch videos.
About the Lang Center
Practical Survival Tips for Bootstrapping a Startup
The Lang Center offers free Friday passes to Columbia Business School entrepreneurs to the Harlem Garage near Columbia’s Morningside campus.
Save the Date April 11, 2014: Inaugural Columbia Entrepreneurship Festival
#StartupColumbia! This exciting festival on Columbia's Morningside campus is not to be missed.
Check out this list of NYC startup job opportunities.
CBS AT THE CENTER of Startups
Emily Washkowitz ’14
Washkowitz empowers people to invest in their future. Read more
David Chait ’13
Learn how Chait attempted to solve the headaches of group travel with Travefy. Read more