Learn How To Start Your Business This Fall – BUAD 410 Course for non-Entrepreneurship Majors

So many students have great business ideas but they don’t pursue their dreams because they don’t know where to start. That’s where BUAD 410 comes in. In this class, students are challenged to develop a business plan based off of a concept of their own or from one of the other students in the class. […]

Daniel Taylor ’20 Overcame Adversity to earn his Bachelor’s Degree in Entrepreneurship

Daniel was a great student and I am confident that he will do great things in his life. What I didn’t know was that he was a Guardian Scholar, which is a program “committed to supporting current and former foster youth exiting the foster care system.” That makes his accomplishments so much more impressive. Daniel […]

On Grand Strategy by John Lewis Gaddis – Book Review by an Entrepreneur

On Grand Strategy is a sweeping review of strategy over the ages that develops the conclusion that great strategists have well-defined grand goals and go about achieving those grand goals in a methodical manner. This conclusion is presented by way of an analogy popularized by Isaiah Berlin’s essay about The Hedgehog and the Fox (the […]

Nail It Then Scale It – Book Review by an Entrepreneur

Nail It Then Scale It is my first book of choice for startup founders to read. The book helps the startup founder figure out what needs to done and when it should be done. All too often entrepreneurs rush to create a product and then flog the market only to discover that the solution does […]

Something for Entrepreneurs to Watch: Niall Ferguson’s Networld

Niall Ferguson has done a lot of work on how networks form, grow, and dissolve. He has insights into what makes for powerful networks and how you can leverage that information to build your own networks, which is an extremely important thing for any entrepreneur to do. (Wouldn’t it be nice if you knew a […]

Outcomes of NSF $1Million Grant Known as STEM-Inc

STEM-Inc is now complete and many of you have asked about the outcomes and impact of the three-year $1Million National Science Foundation Grant, which featured the CSUF Center for Entrepreneurship with Director John Bradley Jackson as Co-Private Investigator. Below is a summary of the project outcomes and a list of the published articles. Project Outcomes: […]

Titan Fast Pitch 101: How To Give A Winning Pitch

Register Now The Titan Fast Pitch is a great way for students to take those first steps into becoming an entrepreneur (and potentially win some money for school or your startup). By crafting a winning sixty second pitch, students will have to come up with compelling answers to questions that all successful entrepreneurs have to […]

CSUF Entrepreneurship Teams Up With Engineering at Cal State Fullerton To Help Students Become Entrepreneurs

One of our goals at the Center for Entrepreneurship at Cal State Fullerton is to help make the Cal State Fullerton community more innovative and entrepreneurial. There are students, faculty, and staff throughout Cal State Fullerton that have amazing ideas that can have a real impact on the world but they don’t actively pursue those […]

Notes on Emotional Intelligence (EQ) Talk by Recent CSUF Entrepreneurship Alumnus

Demetrius Knight ’19, as you can tell from the number appended to the end of his name, recently graduated from Cal State Fullerton. But Demetrius, who is now a resident at the CSUF Startup Incubator himself, is dedicated to educating himself and attended the most recent CSUF Startup event over in Irvine. This event featured […]

Congratulations to CSUF Entrepreneurship Donor and Mentor Janet Steiner – Named 2019 Executive of the Year

Congratulations to CSUF Entrepreneurship mentor, judge, a founding board member of CSUF Entrepreneurship’s Titan Women Collective, and donor Janet Steiner who was recently named the 2019 Executive of the Year! Janet Steiner – photo credit: Grant Romancia Photography The award was given by the Printing Industries Association, Inc. of Southern California and is quite the […]