Entrepreneurship in Action Companies (Apr. 5)
Entrepreneurship in Action (EIA) is a two semester course that offers the unique opportunity of conceiving, launching, and operating a real business as part of their educational experience. Fall semester involves sorting through potential opportunities while developing the concepts and determining the resources to launch two selected business. For spring semester, the students carry out their business plan, manage the business and determine the exit strategy.
This year, three new business were started:
Creator of the Toppi, a fidget tool to help people focus.
Creator of the Gumball Clip, a carabiner designed to reduce the risks of lead climbing.
Connecting cancer patients to products that help soothe their treatment’s side effects.
Learn about the first-hand experience of startups from the relatable perspective of fellow students studying entrepreneurship.