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Founding an enterprise comes with a unique set of challenges and demands for entrepreneurs. The journey of keeping a new venture running and growing calls for both support and dedication. On Feb. 1, a group of business leaders met at the first Founder’s Forum. The event was hosted by the Louisiana Tech University Technology Business
HemoCycle was awarded first-place by the judges and was selected for the People’s Choice. The team, from left to right: Steven Pirvu, Caitlin Snell, Joshua Jacobs and Ryan Botts. Despite postponement due to winter weather conditions, a crowd of approximately 60 spectators and 15 competitors gathered on Jan. 25 at the Rawle Enterprise Center for
During the second session of The Six Week Startup, attendees evaluated customer input and discussed future steps. Turning an idea into an enterprise takes time, focus, direction and determination. At The Six Week Startup Workshop, the Technology Business Development Center (TBDC) works with aspiring entrepreneurs to focus their venture idea and take steps to get
Creating a product that would recycle a patient’s blood during surgery, instead of a blood transfusion. Using an incentive-based program to help veterans. Decreasing time spent searching for parking spots in busy lots. It’s obvious: big ideas are brewing in the northern Louisiana region. At the Prepare For and Practice Your Pitch workshop on Jan.
Sharing an idea in just one minute can be a daunting task. However, at the Prepare For and Practice Your Pitch workshop on Jan. 18, participants had the chance to learn how to tackle this challenge and develop strategies for effective methods to share their big idea or venture. The workshop was led by