The University of Delaware’s Horn Entrepreneurship is accepting submissions for Hen Hatch 2018, the University’s premier startup funding competition.
Hen Hatch provides benefits beyond the $100,000 prize pool. It provides students, alumni, faculty and staff the opportunity to build a community and develop their business concept further.Read More
University of Delaware alumna Amira Idris recently represented the United States at the eighth annual Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES) in Hyderabad, India.Read More
Recent University of Delaware alumna, Amira Idris, received a $20,000 grant from VentureWell’s Entrepreneur Team (E-Team) Program to aid in funding her startup, TheraV.Read More
University of Delaware Horn Entrepreneurship alum Zack Jones, class of 2017, has officially taken on the role of interim director for Dual School. Dual School is a student idea incubator that runs a free, 10-week program for local high school students to practice putting their ideas into action. Students go to downtown Wilmington’s co-working space, 1313 Innovation, and take advantage of mentorship, resources and connections to a wide array of networks.Read More
The Diamond Challenge is seeking judges for its 2018 competition. Created in 2012 by the University of Delaware’s Horn Entrepreneurship, and sponsored by Capital One, the Diamond Challenge is an entrepreneurship competition for high school students that allows teens to learn about entrepreneurship while putting their ideas into action.Read More
After traveling abroad with Students for Haiti, Alyssa Kuchta found her passion and started selling unique handmade jewelry to fundraise for earthquake relief in Haiti. She taught herself the craft and started her own business in 2011.Read More