MBAs and a diverse group of undergraduate students gathered at The McCombs School of Business on Nov. 20 for the inaugural UT co-founder dating event.
An ice cream shop owner, a lawyer, a techie, and a bookstore founder walk into a room. The result? A compelling discussion between some of Austin's leading entrepreneurs about the city's startup scene.
Sweet Leaf Tea founder Clayton Christopher brought his likable humility, down-to-earth sense of humor, and some Deep Eddy Vodka swag to the Kelleher Center for Entrepreneurship on Nov. 12.
Capital Factory founder Joshua Baer offered advice for young entrepreneurs during his interview with McCombs Entrepreneur-in-Residence Brett Hurt.
With NASDAQ hosting the McCombs School and the 2013 winners of the Global Venture Labs Investment Competition, faculty, staff, alumni and coporate partners descended on New York City to celebrate.
Over the past 30 years the Global Venture Labs Investment Competition has awarded more than $1.4 million to student startups. Take a look at the competition's history, trends, and success stories.