September 2004
The Eugene Lang Entrepreneurship Center at Columbia Business School

Dean Hubbard Lays Out Plans for Entrepreneurship at the School

As the former academic director of the Lang Center, Professor Glenn Hubbard has always been a strong proponent of entrepreneurship education. Read more

Turning a Surfing Passion into a Business

Jamie Meiselman '02 proves that with a little entrepreneurial imagination, one's passion can become a way of life. Read more

Lang-Funded Business Acquired by FactSet

In May, CallStreet (formerly CCN, LLC) — a 2002 Lang Fund investment — was acquired by FactSet Research Systems, a leading investment-research service company. Read more

Three Investment Commitments for Lang Fund

In its eighth year of funding student-led businesses, the Lang Fund pledged $250,000 in May to three businesses. Read more

The 2004 Outrageous Business Plan Competition

This year's competition drew a record number of submissions from students eager to take their entrepreneurial creativity to new heights. Read more

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Student Spotlight:

Harsh Jain ’14
Realizing that the world’s second largest spectator sport, Cricket, was missing from the $5 billion Fantasy Sports industry, Jain and his friends launched in 2009. Read more

Alumni Spotlight:

Manmeet Kaur ’12
Kaur founded City Health Works to help bring the best aspects of low-cost community health systems to the U.S. Read more

Gary Vaynerchuk's Lessons for Life and Business
The entrepreneur, author and angel investor shared lessons with the crowd at SXSW that transcend the borders of Austin, Texas.  Read more

Check out Return on Change, an online crowd investing platform connecting startups and investors. Read more