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Turning the Waiting Room Experience into a Six-Figure Business

October 23, 2012

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“Get it on Paper” says Keith Fix, the 23 year old who transformed his business idea into a six figure business in less than a year after writing his business plan for BlabFeed.com. Keith Fix’s life and future career were changed due to a professor urging him to put his idea down on paper. Ever since […]

5 Entrepreneurial Lessons from Gordon Segal, founder of Crate & Barrel

March 31, 2012

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http://voices.yahoo.com/5-entrepreneurial-lessons-gordon-segal-founder-11156032.html?cat=3 Great article from an interview conducted by the Collegiate Entrepreneurs’ Organization.

Kickstart a Startup While in College: Collegiate Entrepreneurship

June 9, 2011

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    Kickstart a Startup While in College: Collegiate Entrepreneurship:   Use College Resources University professors are some of the greatest contacts you could have for starting a business. These instructors attend many conferences and are required to conduct research which often leads to making many contacts and making many valuable connections. Use your professor’s […]

2011 National Collegiate Entrepreneur’s Organization (CEO) Conference to be Held in Fort Worth, Texas

January 12, 2011

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The 2011 National CEO Conference will be held in Fort Worth, TX.  The conference will hold over 1,600 students, 80 speakers, and will host several competitions, networking events, and more.  See full article here