Contact

Have a question about campus entrepreneurs or a topic on this site? Think there is an entrepreneur, firm, or campus that is doing great things? Let us know.

Please contact us with your thoughts, questions, comments.
dmillerq /@/gmu.edu

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The role of the campus and its inhabitants is central to high growth in today’s economy. For the latest on the people and trends in campus entrepreneurship, the teaching and studying of entrepreneurship, or today’s campus eco-system, contact us.

dmillerq /@/ gmu.edu

10 thoughts on “Contact

  1. Yasmine

    Hi David,

    I’m a big fan of your blog. It’s the first one I read when I don’t have a lot of time because I know you post about the top entrepreneurship stories on the web.

    A entry you might find useful – 99 Free Online Business and Entrepreneurship Classes can be found here at http://www.cheaprevolution.com

    Thanks for all your hard work!

  2. Hello David,
    Great collection here, I’m searching for some advice on how to market to larger companies my Guerilla Marking.

    I’ve been successful as a internet marketer and have actually automated my business. So with all this free time I decided to start a new venture!

    Appreciate the feedback!

  3. Thank you for including the PowerUP! competition & winners on your site, as well as information about our respective businesses!

    No longer called Green Home Green Living, GREEN IN BKLYN, is opening on Earth Day – April 22 – at 432 Myrtle Avenue in Clinton Hill.

    I hope you’ll be able to stop by & see what PowerUP! is helping to create!

  4. David,
    I recently discovered your blog and it is outstanding. Thank you very much for all that you do to support the new venture movement on college campuses.
    Perhaps at some point you may create a recommended reading list for those of us fascinated by entrepreneurship? My longtime favorite is Bill Bygrave’s Portable MBA in Entrepreneurship.
    Two recent articles I enjoyed:
    http://blogs.hbr.org/pallotta/2010/07/misfit-entrepreneurs.html
    http://hbr.org/2010/06/the-big-idea-how-to-start-an-entrepreneurial-revolution/ar/pr

  5. Are you familiar with on-campus businesses whose profits go towards the operating funds of colleges? That way private colleges aren’t dependent on tuition and grants. Sitting Bull College of the Dakotas has a computer repair center, a bison herd, and a construction company! The bison herd would be tough to duplicate for most colleges, and a construction program is pretty expensive to start-up. But a computer repair center could be done anywhere!!!

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