I have my ideas, but I always feel there are all kinds of excuses like limited time, technical difficulty, restricted funds, etc. I think what I am really missing is the start of my action, just like the old saying tells us, “A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.”
During the BOSS Program, high school students learn about entrepreneurship, starting their own business, and learn some life lessons along the way.
Throughout the months spent exploring the venture community, I have had the opportunity to meet a plethora of entrepreneurs and some serial entrepreneurs, and I’ve truly been blown away by the diversity in the businesses, mindsets and experiences of each person.
After months and months, I finally made it to a meeting of the Venture Club of Indiana.
Kelley School associate professor of strategy and entrepreneurship Todd Saxton will begin a new role as the inaugural vice president for business development at Regenstrief Institute, a not-for-profit healthcare research organization based in Indianapolis.
A new Executive in Residence Program in the Randall L. Tobias Center for Leadership Excellence at Indiana University will provide students and faculty access to seasoned leaders.
“As physicians, we don’t learn anything about the business of medicine in medical school. If you follow the news and what’s happening in the medical field, you realize that, without business knowledge, you cannot get by.”
In Episode 51 of the ROI Podcast, presented by the Indiana University Kelley School of Business, Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb sat down with Associate Dean Phil Powell to discuss tech growth and jobs in the state.
As Indiana looks to invest more in startups, a new group is forming to help physicians and life science entrepreneurs innovate successfully.
Six months shy of his college graduation and with no student loan debt to his name, Alex Bajzatt acquired his first company—
Smart Wash LLC
—at age 22.