November 2016

Go where the problems are
In every entrepreneurship program in every university, there are thousands of students struggling to come up with an idea for a new venture. Most will look for opportunities to solve problems in their own life. . .
Thursday, Nov. 17, 2016

Deep Water Farms
Paul Shumlich, a fourth year Bachelor of Business Administration student, burst on the scene by building a small greenhouse at the university. Driven by his passion for sustainability, Shumlich’s progress and determination has been nothing short of amazing. . .
Monday, Nov. 14, 2016

The Well Brewery
Quinn Wilton is a fourth year Bachelor of Arts student currently on the path to launching his first venture, a brewing company. While in an entrepreneurship class, Wilton was asked to come up with thirty ideas and research the top two. . .
Monday, Nov. 14, 2016

Green Cup
For any individual, tackling one of the world’s largest sources of waste can be a daunting task, let alone while simultaneously working towards your Bachelor's Degree. For Emily Bartlett and Ozzy Lang, giving up or making excuses was not an option. The problem: coffee cup waste. . .
Monday, Nov. 14, 2016

Co-founders need a pre-nup agreement
We see it all the time. Two (or three or four) friends come up with an idea and based on the fact that they were both present when the lightbulb went off, they become equal partners in turning the idea into a business. . .
Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2016