May 2006
The Eugene Lang Entrepreneurship Center at Columbia Business School

The Lang Fund's Tenth Year Brings Five More Investments

In its tenth year of funding student-led businesses, the Lang Fund pledged $300,000 in April to five businesses Read more

Building a Wealth of Communities: Wikispaces a Year Later

Wikispaces makes creating a wiki — a communally built Web page — easy for the masses. Read more

Agora Partnerships: A New Model for Development

A non-profit launched at Columbia helps identify and support outstanding entrepreneurs in Nicaragua. Read more

Tango Tops 200,000 in Circulation

The online magazine — an intelligent source for information about love and relationships — has been up and running since 2004. Read more

Turning Trash into Cash

RecycleBank launched its pilot program in January 2005 in two disparate Philadelphia neighborhoods. Read more

The Annual Global Social Venture Competition Boasts Record Participation

Entrants from 10 countries submitted more than 110 innovative business plans in hopes of winning the $25,000 grand prize. Read more

Congratulations to the Entrepreneurial Greenhouse Class of 2006

A record breaking 32 students representing 21 ventures were admitted into the spring term Entrepreneurial Greenhouse Program. Read more

CEO Club Offers Innovative Events to the School Community

The CEO club’s event calendar has been buzzing this academic year, with events taking place almost twice a week. Read more

The Entrepreneurial Sounding Board Program Continues to Grow

The program offers students the chance to discuss their ventures one-on-one with faculty members and practitioners. 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