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405, 2019

Trust Center 2019 Academic Year-End Entrepreneurship Awards Announced

By |2019-05-04T13:04:59+00:00May 4th, 2019|

On May 2, the Martin Trust Center for MIT Entrepreneurship handed out its yearly entrepreneurship awards for students, mentors, and alumni at its annual Celebration of Entrepreneurship. The honorees included Bob Metcalfe ’68, who for his lifelong contributions was awarded the Adolf F. Monosson Prize for Entrepreneurship Mentoring, and MIT ...

3001, 2019

Entrepreneurship is more than building cool tech

By |2019-01-30T16:02:06+00:00January 30th, 2019|

An interview with Patricia Cotter, executive director of the Martin Trust Center for MIT Entrepreneurship, shows how the minds at MIT are developing the ideas of the future. by Chuck Leddy | The Boston Globe Why can’t technology be embedded into women’s clothing in order to monitor cardiovascular health, especially ...

1507, 2018

Martin Trust Center for MIT Entrepreneurship Expands the MIT delta v Summer Accelerator to New York City and the Cornell Tech Campus

By |2018-07-15T10:32:31+00:00July 15th, 2018|

New York, N.Y., July 2018 — The Martin Trust Center for MIT Entrepreneurship (Trust Center) today announces the expansion of its MIT delta v summer accelerator for student-founded ventures to a second location in New York City. This new home mirrors the capstone entrepreneurial experience based at MIT in Cambridge, ...

107, 2018

World’s first “integrity rating” agency launched

By |2018-07-01T12:00:07+00:00July 1st, 2018|

by Patrick Jenkins from Financial Times A former US government counter-terrorism expert and an emerging markets healthcare lawyer are poised to launch a new rating agency for conduct risk, as the world’s banks struggle to avoid doing business with terrorists, drug dealers and other organised criminals. In a twist on ...

3006, 2018

Alba, an MIT Startup, Helps Latin American Mothers Easily Find Babysitters

By |2018-06-30T12:04:07+00:00June 30th, 2018|

by Frederick Daso from Forbes Recent demographic changes in Latin American countries have resulted in more women entering the workforce. As more Latin American households have both parents working, child and eldercare has increased in demand. An MIT MBA  and Andrés Bello National University graduate have created an online platform to help ...

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