How to make a Great Titan Fast Pitch

Sixty seconds is not a lot of time but as you will find out in this edition of the CSUF Entrepreneurship Insider there is a tried and true formula that will help you make your best pitch possible. The Titan Fast Pitch competition is less than a month away (October 21) and I encourage every […]

Common Versus Preferred Stocks Crash Course for Entrepreneurs

What every entrepreneur needs to know about the different kinds of stock classes before they take on investors. Find out how common and preferred stock differ. This talk was given by given by Peter DeAngelis at the CSUF Startup Incubator. #CSUF For more details on CSUF Entrepreneurship: For more details on how we […]

Entrepreneurial Events hosted by CSUF Entrepreneurship

Events are a great way to learn and network with other people and CSUF Entrepreneurship will be hosting quite a few events in the coming months, as you will find out in this edition of the CSUF Entrepreneurship Insider. In order to be a good entrepreneur you have to always be learning new things. Our […]

Types of Intellectual Property that Entrepreneurs Should Know

Justin Sanders, the VP for High Tech and Mechanical Devices at Entralta, gave a very insightful presentation on intellectual property last night for the Center for Entrepreneurship and CSUF Startup Incubator at the CSUF Irvine campus. He covered a lot in his hour long seminar so I’m simply going to give you an overview of […]

The "Three T's" of Starting a Business

What is it, exactly, that separates successful entrepreneurs form those that are less successful? It’s a loaded question and any honest answer comes replete with a healthy amount of caveats but it’s still a very valid question as well. And this was the question that Chris McCarthy, the Social Media Specialist for Mihaylo College, asked […]

Event Reminder: How to Fund your Startup

Just a friendly reminder that we will be hosting an event with startup expert Jim Cooper tomorrow evening at 6pm where he will discuss some of the innovative funding sources that most entrepreneurs know nothing about. Make sure to register by clicking this link. Here is some information about the event: As an entrepreneur, there […]

The Patent Process

On July 12, the CSUF Startup Incubator had a guest speaker to discuss the topic of patents. Austin Bonderer, a patent lawyer, visited the Incubator in order to present potential patent landmines that small businesses and startups should be aware of. He specifically addressed an answer to the question “What happens after you have your […]

Fall 2017 Course Recommendation for CSUF: Startup Business Class for non-Business Majors

Starting a business is a goal for many people and not just those who major in business. In fact, many entrepreneurs did not major in business but they all needed to learn how to start a business. At Cal State Fullerton we have a class built for the specific needs of innovative non-business majors who […]

CSUF Entrepreneurship's High Impact Practices

There are many ways to get an education but in this edition of the CSUF Entrepreneurship Insider Director Jackson discusses how our program uses intensive projects with real world implications to enrich our students’ education and increase graduation rates. CSUF Entrepreneurship students will tell you two things about their education at Cal State Fullerton: 1. […]

Getting New Things Done – A New Book on Innovation with Stanford University Press by CSUF Professor David Obstfeld

Cal State Fullerton Professor David Obstfeld has just published a new book called “Getting New Things Done” with Stanford University Press. New things get done all the time. But how do new things actually get done? Cal State Fullerton Entrepreneurship Professor David Obstfeld tackles this question head on. Drawing on his extensive research into social […]