Features: Entrepreneurship & Innovation

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Entrepreneurship & Innovation

The Gender Factor in Investing

New research explores how biases can affect the funding of female-led ventures.

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Social Impact, Leadership, Entrepreneurship & Innovation

The Best of Bizcast 2020

A look back at some of our most popular podcasts from 2020.

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Entrepreneurship & Innovation

A Furniture Startup Pivots to Work-From-Home Setups

When office closures forced employees to work from home, Branch was ready with new and improved products.

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Entrepreneurship & Innovation, The Workplace

This Alumna Tells It Like It Is

Podcast host Cassandra Rae Pittman ’12 is having candid conversations with female entrepreneurs.

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Social Impact, Entrepreneurship & Innovation

This Startup Makes Civics Education Accessible

Local Civics brings civics technology and programming to young people across the country.

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Economics & Policy, Healthcare, Entrepreneurship & Innovation

There Is a Better Way to Regulate Chinese Social Media Apps

Professor Shang-Jin Wei offers an alternative to President Trump’s executive orders on TikTok and WeChat.

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Social Impact, Leadership, Entrepreneurship & Innovation

Startup Principles Helped Deliver Meals to Millions

FeedMyCity distributed 4.5 million cooked meals to migrant workers in India through a mix of marketing, technology, and leadership.

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Entrepreneurship & Innovation, Social Impact

New App Helps Increase Youth Voter Turnout

The Movement, founded by Jordan Giallanzo ’18, drives change by making civic engagement easier and more rewarding.

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Economics & Policy, Healthcare, Entrepreneurship & Innovation

Pharmaceutical Innovation Is Crucial to a Return to Normal

Research demonstrates that the introduction of new drugs to the marketplace results in longer lives and shorter hospital stays.

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Entrepreneurship & Innovation, Social Impact

A Line of Diverse Dolls Ensures Every Little Girl Feels Proud in Her Skin

Ozi Okaro ’03 founded Ikuzi Dolls to give her young daughters toys they could identify with.

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