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.
The Lubar School of Business is celebrating 50 years of offering responsive, high-quality programs that meet the needs of major U.S. industries.
Poor writing costs companies time and money. UWM’s Dave Clark has a solution — software that will guide “unexpected writers” in producing reports and other documents.
UWM professors Amit Bhatnagar and Purush Papatla are pinpointing how brands can harness social media to improve advertising strategies and enhance sales.
UWM’s nonprofIT program matches students with community organizations in need of IT project assistance.
UWM students participating in the national University Innovation Fellows program foster entrepreneurism by passing along the lessons they’ve learned.