Prince Entrepreneurship Program Kicks off Seminar Series
Stetson University School of Business Administration announced the continuation of Entrepreneurship Thursdays, a seminar series designed to promote engagement and creative thinking. Featuring nationally recognized speakers, pitch competitions, and startup advice, the series kicks off this semester with acclaimed entrepreneur and motivational speaker Nancy Tedeschi on Thursday, Jan. 25, at 6 p.m. in Rinker Auditorium in the Lynn Business Center at 345 N. Woodland Blvd., DeLand.
All events are free and open to the public; however, seating is limited.
Tedeschi’s idea, Snapit Screw, took off and is now sold by Walmart, Office Depot and Ace Hardware.
On Feb. 1, Keith Landy, president of Germfree Laboratories, will be the featured speaker followed by a pitch competition on Feb. 8 where students will have the opportunity to compete and present their ideas.
Stetson University’s Prince Entrepreneurship Program is an endowed initiative that seeks to develop the next generation of successful entrepreneurs. The program, housed in the Department of Management, now offers students a major in entrepreneurship and two minor options.
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