What does it take to create a successful product? According to John Clarke, it’s probably not what you think.
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Freeman is planning a new hospitality entrepreneurship initiative at NOCHI unlike traditional hospitality management programs. Instead it will use the hospitality industry to gain new insights and solve problem across business disciplines and industries.
Sid Pulitzer has a tradition. On the first day of his Entrepreneurial Management class, he asks his students how many would object to becoming wealthy in an honest way. If no hands go up, he tells them they’ve qualified to stay in the class.
The A. B. Freeman School of Business at Tulane University honored real estate developers Chris Papamichael (BSM ’96) and Matt Schwartz (BSM ’99) as Tulane Distinguished Entrepreneurs of the Year […]
In the 38 years since its debut, the official New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival poster has become as much a part of the annual celebration as Irma Thomas, Crawfish […]
The local food movement is gaining popularity among foodies nationwide. In Louisiana, it seems like old hat. Whether they are eating fresh-caught shrimp, creole tomatoes or Ponchatoula strawberries, Louisianians feel […]
Rob Lynch (MBA ’12) didn’t just start a new business in New Orleans. He helped start a new industry. Lynch is the founder of Bike Taxi Unlimited, which last year […]
John Elstrott’s name has been synonymous with entrepreneurship education at the Freeman School for more than 25 years. Now, thanks to a California-based company, Elstrott’s name is synonymous with education […]
Ventures with strong connections to Tulane University and the A. B. Freeman School of Business were big winners in last week’s 2012 New Orleans Entrepreneur Week, an event highlighting the […]
For the sixth consecutive year, Tulane University’s A. B. Freeman School of Business has been recognized as one of the top 25 schools in the country for graduate entrepreneurship education. […]