CSUF Startup Incubator Resident Tomorrow’s Tone Hosts Open House for Families with Special Needs Children

Over the weekend, Tomorrow’s Tone, a startup founded by three Cal State Fullerton students majoring in Entrepreneurship and with the help of the CSUF Startup Incubator, hosted an open house for families with special needs children. Tomorrow’s Tone was launched to help these families get their children the best education possible and Tomorrow’s Tone aims […]

CSUF Startup Incubator Resident Launches Live Work Play App

CSUF Startup Incubator Resident John Barton has launched his Live Work Play app to the public today. John has been working with the North Orange County Chamber of Commerce to develop an app for their members and the area of North Orange County to better connect companies in their area with community members. The mission […]

How To Launch Your Startup Idea – CSUF Startup Incubator Seminar

The CSUF Startup Incubator welcomed in Alexis Bedoret in to host a seminar that focused on the number one job of an entrepreneur. Alexis spent the last 10 years building startups with expertise in Software, Hardware and the Internet of Things. With his co-founders, they created a Startup Studio to invest in startups. They learned […]

Founder of CSUF Startup Incubator John Bradley Jackson Featured in Daily Titan – Press

The Daily Titan (the story is on the second page) recently featured CSUF Entrepreneurship Director John Bradley Jackson. In this article, they give a great overview of Director Jackson’s career, outlining his accomplishments and taking a closer look at what he is doing now to create the next generation of entrepreneurs and leaders. What follows […]

CSUF Startup Incubator Resident Inks Deal With Chamber of Commerce

The CSUF Startup Incubator is proud of the progress that John Barton, the founder of Point ‘N Save, has made since joining the Incubator last year. During that time, John has worked most closely with Dr. Deborah Ferber and focused on pivoting his business into what it is today: An app called Live Work Play […]

From Bar Room Napkin to Boardroom Table With Bennett Marks at CSUF Startup Incubator

What does it take to launch a business? At the CSUF Startup Incubator we certainly have some thoughts on that. But we just had to hear from Bennett Marks, one of the mentors in the CSUF Entrepreneurship program, who was gracious enough to come into the CSUF Startup Incubator office in Irvine to give a […]

Assemblywoman Sharon Quirk-Silva Discusses Entrepreneurship At CSUF Startup Incubator

Assemblywoman Sharon Quirk-Silva visited the CSUF Startup Incubator last week to discuss entrepreneurship in Orange County with Director John Bradley Jackson, Dr. Deborah Ferber, and David Chamberlain ’14. The Assemblywoman, herself a graduate of California State University, Fullerton learned about the approximately 50 startups that the CSUF Startup Incubator has helped on their journeys from […]

Med Tech Directory + CSUF Startup Incubator = Great Event!

Dan Golka, the CMO of Med Tech Directory, partnered up with the CSUF Startup Incubator last night to host a networking event featuring talks by Austin Bonderer, Principal at the Law Office of Austin Bonderer, and Rand Brenner, the CEO of Licensing Consulting Group. Videos, photos, and social posts from the event are below. Med […]

CSUF Startup Incubator – A Student’s Perspective

Merry Christmas! The following is a special gift to the CSUF Startup Incubator from one of our CSUF Entrepreneurship students, Nick Zerbst. This semester, Nick took Professor Loggia-Kee’s Communication 101 course and as part of that course he had the opportunity to write an article about the CSUF Startup Incubator. This is a great article […]

App Entrepreneur Receives Crucial Guidance from CSUF Startup Incubator – OC Register

We have written about John Barton in these pages previously and there is a reason why keep on doing so: He is a hardworking entrepreneur who is making progress! Recently, John’s startup, Point ‘N Save, was featured in the OC Register (subscription may be needed to view). In the article, it recounts how when John […]