Of course it all starts with an idea. Necessity being the mother of invention, it could be a problem needing a solution or a solution to a problem we don’t yet know we have.
Since graduating from Auburn with my Bachelor of Science in Information Systems in 2001, I have had continuous opportunities to use my education and broaden my skills.
How much would you be willing to pay for a $20 bill? Seriously. How much?
Some ask why I spend time teaching entrepreneurship to middle and high school students.
In late 2015, Bill Hardgrave, dean of Harbert College (now Auburn’s Provost), called a group together and asked three questions.
Over my 20-plus years of being one, I have often been asked, “What is an entrepreneur?”
Entrepreneurism begins in the mind, but entrepreneurs also need a place to work, design, discuss, strategize, and mine the experience of mentors.
Benny LaRussa is a leading backer of entrepreneurship efforts at Harbert.
Internships: On Ramps to the Future
Brokering a Research Partnership