New Student entrepreneurship program to focus on campus life


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This fall, a new program, InNUvate, is being launched by the Entrepreneurs Club, focused on improving campus life through innovative business solutions. Made up of four students with varied, unique skill sets, members will work with the Entrepreneurs Club board to decide which aspect of student life will be improved first.

Initially started as an idea from just one student, Connor Gross, DMSB’20, InNUvate has grown to encompass four critical goals: demonstrate how to run a business, stress the importance of teamwork, launch a sustainable, scalable company, and benefit the Northeastern community as a whole.

“Some­thing I’ve learned is that the team is the most impor­tant factor,” he said. “You can have a great idea, but you won’t exe­cute it without a strong team. The theme for this pro­gram is innova­tion for stu­dent life, and what better way to do that than to bring in a diverse team,” said Entre­pre­neurs Club co-​​president Parshwa Khamb­hati, DMSB’17.

InNUvate, is accepting applications through Monday, August 22.

Read more about InNUvate here.