The idea of turning ice into “gold” has taken Josh Luetkemeyer ’15 from a globe-trotting marketing career with the Coca-Cola Company to Clemson University’s MBA in Entrepreneurship and Innovation Program. Referred to by the initials MBAe, this unique academic program has been designed to attract spirited individualists who wish to thoroughly explore the entrepreneurial side […]
Clemson's Regional Economic Development Center (REDC) added incubators in Rock Hill and Hartsville brought more than a dozen new companies under the Clemson Technology Villages umbrella in 2014.
The ideas and businesses that have been molded through the MBAe program thus far have been incredible. Take a look at where some of the students — and their businesses — from the past two classes are now.
Enrollment in Clemson University’s graduate business programs has doubled since moving to downtown Greenville in 2010.
Budding entrepreneurs in Clemson University’s MBA program now can turn to crowdfunding to finance their proposed ventures. The crowdfunding site www.clemsonideas.com, launched by Clemson’s MBA program and the Arthur M. Spiro Institute for Entrepreneurial Leadership, is the first one established at a South Carolina college or university.
For the second year, MBA students were serving up money-saving and morale-boosting ideas to make a difference in their own workplaces.
You wouldn’t think that MBA students and homeless people would have much in common, but an innovative volunteer program has brought them together in what is hoped will be only the first of many collaborations between Clemson at the Falls and the community in which it’s located.