The next time you go out to eat in Milwaukee, you might see something new: a grade that shows how well the establishment is meeting health codes. UWM Executive MBA students helped create the grading system, which debuted Jan. 2.
The Lubar Entrepreneurship Center plunges headlong into Milwaukee Startup Week, hosting three free events designed for emerging entrepreneurs.
UW-Milwaukee alum Sumit Agarwal is a professor of economics and finance at Georgetown University. Being in the heart of American policy is perfect for his research and his passion — a passion that bloomed at UWM.
Businesses such as Starbucks can benefit by addressing their customers by name. But when they mangle the name, that payoff can turn negative.
Four teams of UWM students placed in this year’s New Ventures Business Plan Competition, hosted by the Lubar School of Business. Every year since 2006, the contest had awarded prize money to student entrepreneurs who can enter from any discipline on campus. This year’s event, funded by La Macchia Enterprises, doled out $18,500 in accordance […]
Experience from internships and entrepreneurial clubs, along with advice from faculty members and marketing/business classes, help a growing number of students start their own small businesses.
“One of the most prolific scholars in terms of her publication activity,” Laura Peracchio focuses on marketing research that benefits consumer welfare and quality of life.
Kristyn Eitel started her restaurant career in the humblest of ways – as a dishwasher in eighth grade. Twenty-five years later, she’s a partner in the successful and expanding BelAir Cantina restaurant group.
Milwaukee entrepreneur and UWM alum Jerry Jendusa has given $1 million to the Lubar Center for Entrepreneurship. The gift will support an entrepreneur-in-residence program that will allow students to learn from people who have started their own companies. “Providing students with access to entrepreneurs creates a dynamic, learning-rich environment,” Jendusa said. “Big entrepreneurial ideas start […]
Student Startup Challenge winner Alexis Nash hopes to help other people achieve economic independence with affordable temporary retail and event space.