USF Entrepreneurial Management Start-Up Class
Launching a one-week venture, a team of USF undergraduate business students was loaned $50 to create a one-week venture and compete for the highest return.
The San Francisco Bay Area is the global center of new venture creation, technology innovation, and venture capital.
The Entrepreneurship and Innovation (E&I) major is designed to prepare students to become creative, thoughtful, and determined professionals who are able to apply their analytical skills in developing well-planned and socially responsible ventures and innovations which they can persuasively present to executive audiences.
E&I students will develop skills in physical and online design, entrepreneurial planning and communication, and gain entrepreneurial and innovative experience with E&I faculty guidance.
Ebraheem Alghafees entered USF thinking he’d major in physics and engineering, but after surgery and recovery from Hodgkin’s lymphoma, he decided life was too short and switched his major to entrepreneurship and innovation. Three years later, he launched his app-based business Caterz.