The discussion with Flory will center around the experience, trials and errors of creating a viable business.
The minor will officially be available Spring 2017.
The CIE has accepted 11 women this year, a program record.
SLO HotHouse and the Cal Poly Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship have launched an Indiegogo crowd sourcing campaign with the goal of raising $70,000, enough to fund seven teams of Cal Poly entrepreneurs.
Chaz Daum and Clayton Cole are currently working with U.S.-based manufacturers for production. Above is a prototype of the stainless steel cuff which will be stamped with “KARMAFLOWS.ORG” on the front and a unique set of numbers on the back. Imagine a society where people are rewarded by strangers every time they perform a random […]
Student entrepreneurs looking to turn their innovative ideas into full-fledged businesses will have that chance this summer, with the Cal Poly Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship’s second SLO HotHouse Summer Accelerator. The HotHouse is a 12-week program created last year by the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship to help foster new companies in San Luis […]
In today’s world, companies can be successful while also doing good for the world. This was a main topic at the Social Entrepreneurship and the Triple Bottom Line Forum in Chumash Auditorium Tuesday. The forum focused on companies and entrepreneurs who see profit, people and the planet as their bottom-line goals, according to Cal Poly Center for […]
The Cal Poly Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship held its bi-quarterly entrepreneurial event Nov. 16 in the Performing Arts Center Pavilion. Hosted by the center’s co-founder and Cal Poly entrepreneurship professor, Jonathan York, the entrepreneurship forum featured the finals of an elevator pitch competition, as well as a panel discussion about the future of entertainment […]