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A new collaboration between Dun & Bradstreet and Pepperdine University hopes to bring MBA students "real-world" experience plus new teaching opportunities and research.
In the middle of the summer, university business competitions are winding down and we're reflecting on all the amazing competitions we proudly sponsored through our Entrepreneurial Growth Initiative program. Among them was the Cozad New Venture Competition hosted by the Technology Entrepreneur Center at the University of Illinois. The competition was on April 25th and served as an invitation [...]
Here at Dun & Bradstreet Credibility Corp., we take great pride in helping small businesses in all stages of their life cycles grow and thrive. However, because we're led by a team of entrepreneurs, we have a special place in our hearts for fledgling innovative businesspeople. That's why we established the Entrepreneurial Growth Initiative (EGI), a program [...]
In today's fast paced and technology-dependent society it can be difficult to stop and appreciate the truly special things in life. These special things are usually the people, places, objects, or experiences that inspire us: the things that make us tick. They have no specific number or limit because they are not quantifiable; they are things like [...]
Despite popular belief, retirement may not just mean moving to Florida to drink sweet tea, play golf, and write cards to loved ones. According to a Global Entrepreneurship Monitor report, 18% of those involved in early-stage entrepreneurship are over 55 and 7.9% are over 65. One in four individuals between the ages 44 and 77 are interested in entrepreneurial [...]
Think about your top three fears…. Now think about how often these fears actually become realities. If you’re anything like me, you may fear things like failure or looking foolish in front of your peers or boss rather than being afraid of starving or being attacked by a wild animal like our hunter-gatherer predecessors. Unlike our ancestors, [...]