Thirteen student-run companies in the Spring 2015 Hatch Cohort of the Fearless Founders program have been awarded a total of $11,000 in funding to continue working on their businesses this summer.
David Dingman, managing director of Shipman Group Limited and son of founding donor Michael Dingman, is coming back to UMD! During his visit, David is eager to meet the top student entrepreneurs from across campus. Attend Pitch David Dingman to give a one-minute elevator pitch and hear live feedback. Not ready to pitch? Attend to support your fellow student entrepreneurs and join in on the conversation.
Don't miss this unique opportunity to pitch your business idea!
Hollywood producer and entrepreneur, Mark Ciardi will talk with students about his entrepreneurial journey in the entertainment industry. Following his remarks, students will have the opportunity to ask Mark questions about his career. Lunch will be provided.
Hear company presentations by local startups seeking funding from Dingman Center Angel Investors. Learn the lingo, hear comments regarding startup strategy, learn about entrepreneurial financing options and get presentation tips from the investor feedback.
The Ed Snider Center for Enterprise and Markets at the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business is pleased to announce a special workshop this summer for educators called Fostering the Entrepreneurial Spirit.
The entrepreneurship program at the Robert H. Smith School of Business is ranked among the top 13 nationally in the April 2005 issue of Entrepreneur magazine. For the third consecutive year and since the surveys inception, the magazine has included the Smith School prominently among its annual list of the best 100 collegiate entrepreneurship programs in the United States.
Have an idea for a business? Pitch Dingman informal sessions are open to all UMD students. Meet with a successful entrepreneur to discuss your business idea and receive actionable feedback and next steps. No suits or business plans necessary. Walk-ins are welcome.
Following your session, there will be an opportunity to make an appointment for a longer follow-up session.
Smith students at the schools Shady Grove campus pulled off a professional and very successful daylong entrepreneurship conference on Saturday, April 14, 2007.
Students at the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland will host a community-wide entrepreneurship conference, Turning your Passion into Profit, Saturday, April 14, 2007, at the Universities at Shady Grove (9630 Gudelsky Drive, Rockville, Md.)