CSUF Startup Incubator Resident's Mobile Game Ready to Launch

Justin Lancy is the founder of Dragons Eye Entertainment and a Resident of the CSUF Startup Incubator. A little under a month ago he launched a Kickstarter campaign for his first game, titled Knightly Tales. There are still a few days left to contribute to help make possible a game with a “focus on what […]

Dragons Eye Entertainment Set to Launch First Video Game – CSUF Startup Incubator Resident

Since the CSUF Startup Incubator launched in January of 2015 we have worked with a lot of impressive entrepreneurs. One of those entrepreneurs is Justin Lancy. A veteran, Justin has been working on his dream of developing and launching a video game for a number of years now. In the middle of 2015, he joined […]

Is Crowdfunding right for your Business?

Lee Decker and Mark Thimmig were able to join the CSUF Startup Incubator on Wednesday night to give a talk on crowdfunding at the CSUF Startup Incubator. In a nutshell, undertaking a crowdfunding campaign is a big undertaking but it can be an ideal way to raise funds for your business and you can also […]

Financing the Startup – CSUF Startup Incubator Event

Whenever we host an event at the CSUF Startup Incubator our goal is to educate all in attendance. After working with entrepreneurs for years I can safely say that the area of raising investment capital is one of those areas that entrepreneurs need the most education on. Many of the entrepreneurs I have talked with […]

CSUF Student-Entrepreneur Project – Nissan GT-R

Every semester in the Marketing 450 Visual Marketing course students are tasked with creating a short film about something that they love. One of the students in the class this semester is Evan Ewing and he has decided to do his project and the Nissan GT-R. But he needs some help to pull this off. […]

Student JV Pitch Competition at Survivor 7

TCVN is launching the first JV Business Pitch Competition for Students at Survivor 7 on November 15, 2012 at Chapman University. The first 20 Students who purchase a ticket with Promo Code IWANNAPITCH will get a :30 pitch at Survivor 7. The winning pitch wins a one-on-one lunch with investor Steven A. Block, Managing Director […]

Success Story: GamerComps.com

This post was written by Steve Schoenhals, a CSUF student. Two years ago, I packed up as many belongings as I could fit into my car and drove from Michigan to California for the purpose of finishing my education at CSUF. My plan was to learn as much as I could at CSUF while also […]

Why Do Start-Ups Fail So Often?

It is common knowledge that many start-up companies are like;y to fail. If you’d like your start-up to beat the odds, there are a few things to keep in mind. Bill Davidow, once the senior vice president of Intel, wrote a book called “Marketing High Technology.” In his book, Davidow talks about what he calls […]

JOBS Act

In case you haven’t heard President Obama signed into law a bill that is aimed at helping out new ventures, something we are keenly interested in. The bipartisan effort aims to help fast growing new ventures by delaying the point at which they will need to register with the SEC and comply with all of […]

5 Tips for Getting Funded on Kickstarter

Kickstarter is one of those ideas that grabs you by the lapels shoulders and makes you pay attention. That’s especially so now that Kickstarter boasts three projects that have raised over one million dollars (that’s $1,000,000+ for numerophiles). Of those three projects one is a video game, one is a design project and another a […]