Exciting new ventures, powerful advice for young innovators, and the down-low on Northeastern’s range of resources for entrepreneurs were all on display last week during Global Entrepreneurship Week.
A score of Northeastern innovators and entrepreneurs showcased their ventures and innovative products at two major campus events during Global Entrepreneurship Week.
From advocating for budding startups to his work in the Northeastern Entrepreneurship Club, Cory Bolotsky has hit his stride in and out of the university’s entrepreneurial ecosystem.
The Affordable Healthcare Act may stave off some of the overarching problems for the nation on healthcare, but Ravi Ramamurti and Vijay Govindarahan speak to the “the biggest challenge facing U.S. health care.”
The U.S. healthcare system is robust and technologically evolving. However, it is unstable due to the continued cost of doing business.
DMSB Associate Professor Timothy Hoff is awarded a contract to draft white paper for the Veterans Health Administration.
Hugh Courtney, Dean of the D’Amore-McKim School of Business, suggests that “case based decision making” is the best way to proceed when working in “a fast-changing industry.
Northeastern alumni Josh Trautwein and Daniel Clarke renovated an old school bus into a mobile farmers market to serve Boston neighborhoods that lack access to health food.
Emerging markets are currently experiencing an economic slowdown, according to scholars and business leaders who spoke at the fifth annual Emerging Markets Symposium on Tuesday at Northeastern.
Less than 60 hours after their 30-day Kickstarter campaign went live on Sunday, they surpassed their initial $20,000 funding goal. With more than three weeks remaining in the campaign, the couple aims to continue to build on its initial success.