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CSUF Entrepreneurship Mentor Bob Kreisberg Rediscovers his love for the Saxophone

As a mentor in our program, Bob Kreisberg has helped hundreds of students understand the importance of how different personalities affect entrepreneurial ventures. As the founder of Opus Productivity, Bob counsels companies on how to hire people with the highest likelihood of fitting in with a company’s culture and how to get the most out …

Event: Successful Women and How They Think Differently in Business

On January 14, 2015 the Center for Entrepreneurship is proud to host the Critical Mass for Business program as they discuss the topic “Successful Women and How They Think Differently in Business.” Richard Franzi, the CEO for Critical Mass for Business, will moderate a panel comprised of the following people: John Bradley Jackson (Director, Center …

CSUF Students Help Companies Develop Better Leadership Practices

In the Leadership and Human Resources Student Consulting Program, our goal is to understand the client’s business and then use that understanding along with an objective lens to help address the leadership and HR challenges the client is facing. It is our goal to hear from the client that the student consulting team’s recommendations were …

CSUF Entrepreneurship Mentor: Alan Mannason

Bringing more than 50 years of business experience with him, Alan Mannason (who recently turned 90 years old!) has been involved as a mentor to our students for more than a decade. Needless to say, Alan is a mainstay of the program and he has been a part of it for longer than most of …

Event: Sales Symposium and Career Fair @ CSUF

Did you know that 50% of Undergraduate Business Majors begin their careers in sales? Our partners at the CSUF Sales Leadership Center, invite you to an informative evening to learn more about various industries and the job opportunities available for students interested in exploring a professional sales career. Professional salespeople play a critical role in …

Dan Black Speaks to Fullerton Entrepreneurship Students

Dan Black ’67 was gracious enough to speak at two of Professor John Bradley Jackson’s Entrepreneurship classes yesterday and talked about what it’s really like being an entrepreneur. Mr. Black has started multiple businesses and has been a great benefactor to CSUF for nearly two decades and has recently become more active with the Entrepreneurship …

Effective Organizations Give, Share, and Help

What factors make an organization effective? An obsession with quality? A great business plan? A well thought out strategic plan? Yes, these factors matter but recent research indicates that companies that motivate employees to unselfishly help each other can be more effective. Adam Grant, author of “Give and Take”, writes in the April issue of …

Make Your Customers Smile

Recently, I was on a plane and paid $3 for a Vitamin Water. When it came, I discovered – to my surprise – that the bottle was half the size of the one that can be purchased at Target for $1. After realizing that I had just paid 6x more for the Vitamin Water than …

Titan Toastmasters Club

The proven way to help you speak and lead. Toastmasters International, founded in 1924, is a proven product, regarded as the leading organization dedicated to communication and leadership skill development. As a member, you will gain all the tools, resources and support you need. Through its worldwide network of clubs, Toastmasters helps nearly 280,000 people …

Need to Sell your Project?

This post was written by one of our excellent Entrepreneurs in Residence and mentor William Laird. Most students are very busy in University learning their subjects. Researching details for a project or developing the details of their Business plan. In the end, they need to sell the results of their work to clients for acceptance or professors for …