Buccino Leadership Student Darren Mattos launched his own business, Elite Arts, with the help of the Pirates LaunchPad Summer Accelerator Program.
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High school entrepreneurs are invited to compete in the Pirates Pitch Competition for High School Students. The contest offers over $50K in cash prizes and SHU tuition scholarships.
Stillman student entrepreneurs sharpened their business and leadership skills at the ICSB Entrepreneurship Academy in Washington D.C.
Seton Hall University's top student entrepreneurs won $16K in investment seed funding at the 2022 Pirates Pitch Startup Competition
Student entrepreneurs are invited to apply to the Pirates LaunchPad Summer Accelerator Program and earn up to $2K in investment seed funding.
Do you dream of starting a business one day? Are you a fan of Shark Tank? Then don't miss Seton Hall University's own startup pitch contest. Cheer on our top entrepreneurs at Pirates Pitch 2022!
Calling college entrepreneurs! Acquire the legal knowledge needed to launch a startup business from the attorneys who are the legal sponsor for the Pirates Pitch Startup Competition.
A team of student nurses, who have a startup idea designed to improve hospital patient care, will represent Seton Hall at the virtual Big East Startup Challenge on Feb. 22.
A namesake of the Charles and Joan Alberto Italian Studies Institute, Charles Alberto was a recipient of the Many Are One Alumni Service Award and an inductee of the Entrepreneur Hall of Fame.
Pirates Pitch 2022 Startup Competition provides SHU's aspiring student entrepreneurs with a chance to compete for $16K in seed funding cash prizes and more! Learn more at our February workshops!
Three Seton Hall University successful innovators discuss how women professionals can gain more confidence in a video panel discussion with student moderators.
Alumna Pravina Raghavan, a longstanding member of the Center of Innovation and Entrepreneurship Advisory Board, assists small and medium U.S. manufacturers in new position for the U.S. government
More than 160 alumni, entrepreneurs, students and faculty gathered at the 13th annual Entrepreneur Hall of Fame Dinner to honor alumni innovators Frank Cannone, J.D. '91 and Bryan Jakovcic, '09.
High school innovators and change-makers compete in Pirates Pitch , winning $50,000 in scholarships and cash awards.
A special issue of the Journal of Small Business Management titled "Women entrepreneurship: Global trends and local constraints" was sponsored by the Stillman School and Office of the Provost.
Ten young entrepreneurs hoping to launch their start up or fledging business will compete for $50,000 in prizes and scholarships.
This year's inductees are two of the University's most successful innovators and changemakers: Frank T. Cannone, J.D. '91, Gibbons P.C., and Bryan J. Jakovcic '09, Fusion Health.
Finance and IT alumnus is currently an associate business analyst at Fusion Health, a company founded by fellow alumnus and 2021 Entrepreneur Hall of Fame honoree Bryan Jakovcic '09.