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The 2021 New Venture Competition spotlighted a range of innovative student startups like Hairtelligence, co-founded by Isoken Igbinedion, WG’21.
Revolutionizing Hair Customization for Black Women
Yan Wu, WG’14, says that Wharton’s classes, network, and innovative ecosystem helped him transition from Wall Street to cofounder.
How Wharton Helped this Alumnus Pivot from Financial Services to Entrepreneurship
Wharton Impact Venture Associates (WIVA) gives students real-world experience in impact investing. The WIVA team helped raise $50k for its first deal in less than 24 hours.
Wharton Impact Venture Associates Secures First Deal with Blood-Testing Startup
Joey Zwillinger, WG’10, joined his co-founder Tim Brown on the first episode of Zwillinger’s Wharton Business Radio show to discuss how Allbirds innovates while staying eco-friendly.
The Co-Founder of Allbirds Launches Podcast to Explore Mission-Driven Businesses
“I really wanted people to find this safe place, this safe workout, because it’s low-impact. People can come and take a class if they’re 17 years old or if they’re 82 years old.”
Why The Co-Founder of SoulCycle Restarted with a New Fitness Venture
Students applied core concepts from their business courses to solve simulated challenges proposed by Vox Media during this immersive day-long competition.
Undergraduates Tackle Real Media Industry Challenges During This Year’s HuntsmanHacks
The More Than Ever Tour Brings the Classroom Experience to Alumni
A nontraditional background has given Yifan Chen, WG’20, a unique perspective on why there’s real value in merging the worlds of tech and business.
Biology, Consulting, and Coding: How This MBA Found His Passion in Tech
“If you can’t distill and communicate the value props of your company succinctly, then you’re not going to be able to sell the product; if you can’t say it, you can’t sell it.”
Q&A with Investor Jillian Manus: How Student Entrepreneurs Can Overcome Failure and Find their Superpower
On the cusp of a new year, we look back on records and firsts, pioneering research and global initiatives, and the people who have made a mark on the Wharton community.
2018: The Wharton Year in Review
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