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Jean C. Tempel Professor of Entrepreneurship and Innovation Fernando Suarez examines the history and future of technological platforms and their impact on the business sector.
Northeastern’s NEXPO event, held as part of Global Entrepreneurship Week this past Thursday, brought together students and alumni from various entrepreneurial ventures featuring mobile apps, 3-D printing, and composting. The expo featured about 30 IDEA ventures, in addition to Northeastern entrepreneurship resources and varied programs.
Professor Tucker Marion outlines the school’s unique and desirable approach to teaching innovation.
We recently spoke with Casey O’Neill, S’11, MS’16, about her experiences at D’Amore-McKim and how the program helped shape her career. O’Neill is currently a Product Developer for Boston Beer Company, where she started as an undergraduate student on co-op.
Senior Academic Specialist Frederick Crane outlines the details that small business owners should consider when it comes to discounting their products or services.
Associate Professor Samina Karim shares advice for navigating a large-scale corporate merger.
Associate Professor Samina Karim talks about the trend of company splits and lessons learned from these strategic business decisions.
Fernando Suarez, Professor of Entrepreneurship and Innovation, highlights the importance of exposure to international innovation industries, how he plans to help D’Amore-McKim, and Boston’s unique opportunities.
Marc Meyer, professor of entrepreneurship, provides tips on how to decide whether or not to move forward with a business idea.