The Entrepreneurship and Emerging Enterprises department at the Martin j. Whitman School of Management in collaboration with Stanford University’s Business Association of Stanford Entrepreneurial Students (BASES), Columbia University’s Columbia Organization of Rising Entrepreneurs (CORE), Harvard University’s Harvard College Ventures, Northwestern University’s Farley Center for Entrepreneurship + Innovation and University of Southern California’s Spark SC launched the Central Network of Entrepreneurial Collegiate Teams (CNECT).
The goal of CNECT is to engage student entrepreneur communities from around the world in larger conversations about entrepreneurship. Ultimately this online platform creates an information hub for anyone interested in learning more about entrepreneurial thought leaders, student entrepreneurs and entrepreneurial opportunities for future generations.
CNECT engages students by providing them with information about top news stories in the entrepreneurship world, major events happening on campuses across the nation, the latest issues in entrepreneurship and business, emerging opportunities and achievements and experiences of entrepreneurial individuals. Student contributors from the six participating schools are encouraged to write and share engaging content that promotes conversation about relevant and new entrepreneurial issues.
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