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 […]

How Does CSUF Stem Inc. Teach Kids STEM and Entrepreneurship?

We have been working with local middle schools for a couple of years now in an attempt to bring STEM and entrepreneurship to students to help them better prepare for the real world. To start this program, called Stem Inc., we used a $1M grant from the National Science Foundation that we won in partnership […]

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 Campus Authors Recognized

And one of those authors was none other than Director John Bradley Jackson. Last year, Director Jackson published Socially Close: Social Media Marketing for Small Business, which is about how businesses should be using social media in their marketing campaigns. Here’s a description of the book from Director Jackson’s website: Frustrated with social media at […]

Event Highlights: Successful Women and how they Think about Business Differently

The other day we posted the full audio of our recent panel titled: “Successful Women and how they Think about Business Differently.” It’s a great listen and while we do recommend listening to the whole panel discussion we now also have video highlights from the event. Enjoy! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wiv1vtPcC_c

Event: Think Globally, Act Locally

The Department of Marketing and the Centers for Entrepreneurship and International Business would like to invite all of you to the “Think Globally, Act Locally: Building Local Roots for America’s Small Business” event. At this event you will get the opportunity to hear from Center for Entrepreneurship Director John Bradley Jackson and and Center for […]

Startups + Incubators = Good Sense

For many startups, joining an incubator can make good sense. Yet, incubators are not all alike; this requires the startup to do some homework and ask some basic questions. The first question to address is for the startup itself. What type of help does your startup need? Most startups will answer this question saying that […]

Why Should a Startup Consider a Business Incubator?

Business incubation is not new. While most people recognize the dotcom era as the birth of business incubation, startups have received support from service organizations, large corporations, universities, and government agencies for decades. All have had a similar mission of helping the fledgling startup survive and become company with a viable business model, more or […]

Two Part Time Paid Student Mentors Needed

The University has secured a grant which provides an after school program at 4 middle schools in Anaheim. This after school program will teach the children science, technology, engineering, mathematics (STEM) and the principles of entrepreneurship, which includes the lean startup philosophy. We will need two CSUF Business students who will work 4-8 hours a […]

CSUF Wins $1 Million Grant to Fund STEM and Entrepreneurship Program for Middle School Students

A collaboration between the California State University, Fullerton Colleges of Education, Engineering and Computer Sciences and the Mihaylo College of Business and Economics has netted a grant worth more than $1 million to teach and promote STEM and entrepreneurship to middle school students. According to CSUF News, the project is titled “Strategies: Science, Technology and […]