March 2005
The Eugene Lang Entrepreneurship Center at Columbia Business School

First Year of a Lang-Funded Venture

Lang Fund recipient Steve Grushcow '04 discusses his transition from business school to the start-up of Read more

Sounding Board Provides Students with Valuable Feedback

Faculty and practitioners provided nearly 40 hours of one-on-one counseling to entrepreneurs through the Entrepreneurial Sounding Board this academic year. Read more

Social Entrepreneurs Gather at Columbia Business School

The Global Social Venture Competition kicked off the 2004–05 competition at Columbia Business School with the annual Mentor Day in December. Read more

Matchmaking: The 2004 Lang Fund Venture Fair

Attesting to entrepreneurship's continuing appeal as a career choice, dozens of mentors and alumni made their way last November to Warren Hall for the eighth annual Lang Fund Venture Fair. Read more

CEO Provides Opportunities for Entrepreneurs

The Columbia Entrepreneurs Organization organized a vibrant mix of events and guest speakers from wide-ranging industries, a Family Business Forum and a Holiday Bazaar that featured goods and services of enterprising students and alumni. Read more

Entrepreneurial Insights

Three alumni share their thoughts about recent launches: Ari Abramowitz ’00 and Pockit Rockit; Andrea Miller ’02 and Tango magazine; and Noha Waibsnaider ’02 and Peeled Snacks Read more

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The Lang Center offers free passes to Columbia Business School entrepreneurs to the Harlem Garage near Columbia’s Morningside campus. Passes are now available for weekdays.

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Student Spotlight:

Allison Strouse ’14
Strouse creates an easy way for you to get the most out of your photos. Read more

Alumni Spotlight:

Kirsten Anderson ’12
Anderson co-founded THEVANE to help users make the most out of life in any weather. Read more

Key to a Successful Business? Simplify, Simplify AND Simplify. Read more

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