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Is Entrepreneurship a Realistic Option after Princeton?

Is Entrepreneurship a Realistic Option after Princeton?

Question MarkDate: Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Time: 12:30 p.m.

Location: Friend Center Convocation Room 113

Other: Lunch will be served


Is Entrepreneurship a Realistic Option after Princeton? To answer this critical question, Princeton's Keller Center hosted a town hall panel discussion of four of its professors in entrepreneurship to discuss the reality of college students and college grads becoming successful entrepreneurs.

The discussion was moderated by the Keller Center's associate director Cornelia Huellstrunk and drew an audience of over 100 students, faculty, and staff. Key topics of the discussion focused on the real world, not about theory, and provided insightful advice to every undergraduate and graduate student considering becoming a full-time entrepreneur within five years of graduation.  

Panelists:
  • Professor Ed Zschau
  • Professor Derek Lidow
  • Professor John Danner
  • Professor Jim Hornthal
The event can be viewed below:

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