DePaul's Coleman Entrepreneurship Center is a partner to the university's nationally ranked academic entrepreneurship program in the Driehaus College of Business. The Center serves as an entrepreneurial hub for DePaul students, faculty and alumni, as well as the broader Chicago business community.
As an integral part of the Chicago entrepreneurship ecosystem, the Coleman Entrepreneurship Center advises, inspires, and connects DePaul entrepreneurs from many backgrounds and interests. We're the place where:
- Students can find real-world guidance in starting or growing a business.
- Chicago-area startups and other companies can find employees and interns.
- Seasoned entrepreneurs can connect with students to advise and mentor them as they launch new ventures.
Our programs and events are designed for students from throughout the university, and many are open to DePaul alumni as well as the wider Chicago business community.
Mark your calendar for our exciting upcoming events:
Jan. 23, 2014: Uncommon Questions: DePaul's Showcase of Crain's 40 Under 40
Transparency: The Fishbowl Effect
To grow their companies, entrepreneurs must lead with transparency and confidence. Fishbowl transparency creates trust among customers, employees and investors -- yet it also requires greater accountability. Join four of Crain's 40 Under 40 business leaders as they discuss leading with transparency, and the confidence required to create bonds of trust among a company's many stakeholders. http://tinyurl.com/UncommonQuestions4
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The Coleman Entrepreneurship Center is funded in part by The Coleman Foundation
, a private independent grant making organization.