UI students Caleigh Bemont and Bridget Blair have siblings who suffered through trauma—one's sister battled a rare brain tumor, the other's brother was murdered. Together, they've founded a new business to provide emotional support to children who were in the same situation as they were.
UI JPEC director and entrepreneur David Hensley discusses the joys and challenges of owning a family business, and how best to prepare transitioning the business from one generation to the next.
Priceline.com founder Jeff Hoffman will discuss entrepreneurialism and starting your own business at the UI on Sept. 13 during the John Pappajohn Entrepreneurial Center's EntreDays event
The UI's Richard Jacobson Institute for Youth Entrepreneurship offered its youth entrepreneurship camp in Marion for the first time this year.
A group of African entrepreneurs is learning more about how to start and run a business during a six-week program hosted at UI by the U.S. State Department.