Cal State Fullerton Alumnus set to Release Movie About Mental Illness

One of the many things I love about entrepreneurship is the fact that you can see the results of entrepreneurial people in almost every part of life. Whether it be technology, medicine, a clothing line, or, as is the case with Natalie Rodriguez, a movie. The movie, titled The Extraordinary Ordinary, just released a new […]

CSUF Women Entrepreneurs Supporting Female Students

Every day I am awed by the amazing things that people in the CSUF Entrepreneurship community are doing. Starting businesses, launching new products, developing services for underserved communities, and, most importantly of all, how supportive this community is. Evidence of how supporting our community could have been witnessed last week. Titan Women’s Collective, which is […]

Sigma Upsilon Mu’s 8 Hour Business Challenge Was a Success!

Sigma Upsilon Mu, a co-ed entrepreneurship fraternity, had their 8 Hour Business Challenge on Sunday September 23. So what exactly is this? How the 8 Hour Business Challenge Works Students registered themselves to compete in teams or individually (who were then put into teams). For the first half of the day competitors were coached by […]

Cal State Fullerton Rap with President Fram Virjee and Alumnus Rachel Herzog

There are a lot of great things to say about Cal State Fullerton but I do not think those superlatives have ever been put into prose like this before. Enjoy the rhymes from President Fram Virjee and CSUF Entrepreneurship Alumnus Rachel Herzog! https://www.facebook.com/CSUFofficial/videos/931176310412438/

CSUF Student Club Kicks Off New School Year

The CSUF Entrepreneurship community is really an agglomeration of many different communities and one of the vital components of our community are our student clubs. Currently, we have three with the oldest being the Entrepreneur Society and the youngest being Student Innovation Collective (SINC). In the middle is Sigma Upsilon Mu (SUM), the entrepreneurship fraternity […]

Remembering Alan Mannason

Alan Mannason Alan Mannason, Mentor in the CSUF Entrepreneurship classroom for 15 consecutive years, has passed away at age 94 years old. He was born in Chicago, Illinois in 1924 and moved to Los Angeles in 1937 (when movies cost $.10 and a Baby Ruth candy bar cost $.05). He remembered that the train ride […]

Leveraging the Gig Economy for Entrepreneurial Success @ CSUF Startup [Event]

What is the “gig economy”? The gig economy is comprised of all those side jobs that you see your family and friends doing: everything from being an Uber driver to being a photo editor on the side. But the gig economy has become so much more than that. Many successful professionals have embraced the gig […]

CSUF Entrepreneurship Book Creating New Ventures Covered in OC Register

Launching a business is a daunting task but one of the ways to make it less so is by having mentors. Mentors are the kind of people who have been there, done that, and they can help guide you through the entrepreneurial maze. Don’t know what kind of business entity you should use? Knowing someone […]

Titan Fast Pitch 2017 Recap

The sixth Titan Fast Pitch has come and gone and it was a great success! We had an estimated 400 people in attendance with more than 150 students competing. This year, we had students from multiple universities including Cal State Fullerton, CSULA, Chapman, UCLA, Cal Poly Pomona, and probably a couple of others that I […]

52 Hike Challenge – CSUF Wellness Program

Did you know our very own CSUF Startup Incubator staff member, Phillip Stinis, has started a global movement called the 52 Hike Challenge, which empowers you to take a personal journey to discover the physical, mental, and spiritual benefits gained through hiking? This virtual challenge can be taken by anyone, and now our campus has […]