VerTerra's founder won first place in the first annual Crain's New York Business Perfect Pitch Competition, held at Columbia Business School on May 25. Read more . . .
Congratulations to this year's Lang Fund Recipients Read more . . .
Corporate Suites Business Centers, one of the leading serviced office space providers in Manhattan, partnered with The Eugene Lang Entrepreneurship Center this year to provide one lucky Lang Fund Finalist with 6 months of free office space for up to four people. Read more . . .
Columbia Business School held a luncheon in May to honor participants in a new two-year program that helps mid-sized businesses and not-for-profit organizations in Upper Manhattan. APPLY to the program today!
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Ntiedo “Nt” Etuk’s aha moment did more than turn him into an entrepreneur. "Educational companies create tools to help teachers do their jobs, but they don’t give students the tools they need in the format they want,” says Mr. Etuk. Read more . . .
Sexton Mason '11 launched Moonit in mid September 2009 as a semi-finalist at the TechCrunch50 conference in San Francisco. At present Moonit has three full time and four part time employees. Read more . . .
The Entrepreneurial Sounding Board has grown to be one of our most popular initiatives, offering students and alumni the opportunity to discuss their ventures with practitioners affiliated with our global entrepreneurial community. Read more . . .
The Second Annual Columbia Venture Showcase, sponsored by the Lang Center and Columbia Technology Ventures was held on the evening of May 18th at the Offices of Reitler Kailas & Rosenblatt LLC, located in the Lipstick building in mid-town New York. Read more . . .
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Vincent Ponzo ’03 named Director of the Eugene Lang Entrepreneurship Center
“Ponzo will lead the Lang Center team as we chart our course in a quickly changing entrepreneurial ecosystem,” said Dean Glenn Hubbard. Read more
Karl van de Paer '11: Handmade in New York City
Karl van de Paer ’11 came to the United States from Belgium to further his education at Columbia Business School and pursue the “American Dream”. But like many that settle in this country, certain products are missed from back home. For van de Paer, it was the fit of underwear. Read more
Shazi Visram '04 and HappyFamily were recently featured on NBR. Watch video