The University of Delaware Horn Entrepreneurship hosted the Under the Sea Pitch Party Wednesday, Oct. 24 in the Venture Development Center.
Don’t sit down at work! Get your exercise, even if it’s just a brisk walk! Speed read books first thing when you wake up! Sound familiar? I can’t go a few hours without having my inbox deluged with tons of ways to improve my productivity and happiness.
Change is hard! Like, so hard we never talk about it and just avoid it, pushing the inevitable hardship off. And don’t even mention your startup needing a change - the idea you’ve put your heart and soul into can feel too weighty and special to want to mess with. But sometimes, change is the best way to move forward, especially for your venture.
Garry Johnson III is a graduate of the Horn Entrepreneurship Master’s in Entrepreneurship & Design program, as well as a past Hen Hatch participant and finalist. If you would like to read the full article, please visit Garry’s article on Medium.
VentureOn, University of Delaware Horn Entrepreneurship in-semester startup support program, helps students hatch and grow businesses.
The inevitable start of the new semester has come, arriving on time as the summer days begin to cool. Navigating the start of the semester, whether you are a freshman on campus for the first time or a senior returning for your fourth (or fifth, or sixth) year, presents a unique set of challenges. Though it may be a chaotic adjustment period, implementing strong practices early will help you launch your fall successfully.
The University of Delaware Horn Entrepreneurship Summer Founders program has returned for 2018 with eight student startup teams. The teams represent seventeen students from four colleges. Through Aug. 22 the founders will be working to validate their business models and gain customers.
University of Delaware Horn Entrepreneurship invites applications to UD’s National Science Foundation Innovation Corps Sites Program (NSF I-Corps Sites). Applications for the 12th cohort are due by 5 p.m. on Friday, May 18.
The Blue Hen 17 & 43 awards celebrate the University of Delaware’s tradition of leadership, innovation and entrepreneurship. It recognizes the 17 most- promising ventures and 43 fastest-growing companies founded, owned or led by UD students and alumni.
The University of Delaware youth entrepreneurship summit, Summit, provides a unique three day conference experience for high school students interested in entrepreneurship. The conference has been ranked as a must-attend event for young entrepreneurs. This year, the Summit theme is A World Made By You and will include a new feature, the Made by You Market, offering items created by young entrepreneurs.