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How To Handle Exponential Growth In Your Startup

https://youtu.be/zycsxYzWULw What started out as a geodesic dome over a swimming pool to keep the heat inside during the winter, soon blossomed an entire product line of domes that are use for events, greenhouses, and shelters (to name just a few of its many uses). The founder, Jon Dietz walks us through his journey of …

Learning to Say Why Not is Crucial for Growth as an Entrepreneur

https://youtu.be/0E5FpePERnw Janet Steiner’s new startup Make Dust grew after she started to say “why not?” to more ideas. Every idea may not be perfect, but she can extract the best aspects of the scenario and use that to her advantage. Overall, Janet was pleased with her experience as an SBI Client and couldn’t have been …

CSUF MBA Graduate’s Expected Monetary Value Tool Published – check it out!

One of my previous MBA students, an exceptional student really, Mrinmoy Dutta, has created a tool that has recently been published on ProjectManagement.com. You will need a PMI membership to access it but Mrinmoy has provided a summary of the tool, reprinted below. This tool is to assess and come up with a response strategies …

Titans Talk Business | Event March 16 at 5pm

Don’t miss the second installment of Titans Talk Business, a speaker series featuring the business insights of Titan alumni, on Tuesday, March 16, at 5 p.m. This virtual talk will feature Paul Wasserman ’87, co-founder/former CEO of Ebates.com and CSUF adjunct professor of criminal law; Ben Gold ’04, ’12, CEO, Good Funding, and Executive Council immediate past president; Laurie Resnick …

Titans Talk Business – Special Event on March 16 at 5pm

Paul Wasserman ’87, co-founder/former CEO of Ebates.com and CSUF adjunct professor of criminal law; Ben Gold ’04, ’12, CEO, Good Funding, and Executive Council immediate past president; Laurie Resnick ’77, co-CEO of Rolling Greens; and Bryan Ruef, founder of 10-8 Systems; will discuss what it takes to start a business and the success and challenges …

CSUF Business Students: This is literally the only link you really need to know for conducting research

https://libraryguides.fullerton.edu/c.php?g=189842&p=1254791 Although I wouldn’t put it past me, this isn’t a rickroll. Instead, this is the link to the CSUF Library’s page titled “Business Frequently Asked Questions: Home” and it has a ton of great information on it. Here is a list of all the information you can get access to from this one link …

Entrepreneurship Isn’t Easy But You’re Changing The World So Carry On!

I was forwarded an article, “It’s Supposed to Be Hard. You’re Changing the World.”, by one of our great mentors in the CSUF Entrepreneurship program, Gardnar O’Brien, and it couldn’t be more spot on. Written by Tomasz Tunguz, a venture capitalist at Redpoint, the article makes it clear that no matter who you are and …

Winning Website Content Strategies for Small Businesses with Michael Daehn

https://youtu.be/WjiNQU3iabI Get help from Michael to build your own website: https://www.michaeldaehn.com/ Michael Daehn’s LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/michaelda… Michael Daehn gave a talk about website content strategies for small businesses to CSUF Entrepreneurship professor John Bradley Jackson’s class and it was great. Learn the best strategies for developing content that converts!

Introducing Neel A. Pinge – EVP, Chief Risk Officer of Commercial Bank of California – The Newest CSUF Entrepreneurship Advisory Board Member

The Center for Entrepreneurship at Cal State Fullerton is proud to announce the addition of Neel A. Pinge, the Executive Vice President and Chief Risk Officer at Commercial Bank of California to its Advisory Board! Neel A. Pinge joined Commercial Bank of California (CBC), as Executive Vice President, Chief Risk Officer in November 2018. Mr. …