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5 Startup Lessons from EntreTech NYC

Editor’s Note: The following post was written by Daniel Goldberg, Information Management & Technology student at the iSchool, and founder of Golden Gear MMA and Diamond MMA. I don’t even know where to begin! Three days of non-stop action, filled with tours of New York City’s hottest start ups, chats with some of the brightest CEOs in the… Read the full article…



Dare To Be an Entrepreneur

Editor’s Note:  This post was written by Faten Matmati, iSchool grad student in Information Management, Fulbright Scholar and participant in EntreTech NYC. Last November, I never would have thought I would be where I am, here in New York, today. I was just coming back from the Collegiate Entrepreneurs’ Organization National Conference 2013 held in… Read the full article…


Why the Most Exciting Jobs in Tech Aren’t at Tech Companies

Editor’s Note:  The following post was written by Matthew Ostman, Computer Engineering student at Syracuse University and participant in the iSchool’s EntreTech NYC trip. This week, I’ve been exploring New York City’s startup/entrepreneurship scene as part of the Syracuse University iSchool’s Entretech NYC trip (obligatory plug: check out our adventures on twitter: #EntretechNYC). For those unfamiliar with… Read the full article…