Episode 17 WBIN-TV: University Entrepreneurship

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Episode 17 WBIN-TV: University Entrepreneurship

Figuring out how to make vaccines you don’t need to refrigerate. When a great business idea comes to you at 2 am and you’re a freshman in college. How do you make it happen? A student at an engineering college tries to solve engineering problems, but from a business perspective. Data driven marketing recommendations on demand. Meet the only person who can do it. University Entrepreneurship: The full 30-minute episode is featured, with separate, and additional, segments on Aidan McLaughlin, Jehan Hamedi, Michael Shrader, Thomas Hazel, Kathryn Aiken and Devin McMahon.

Jehan Hamedi is a Boston University Questrom School of Business grad, and additionally the Founder / CEO of Adhark. His company is a streaming marketing recommendation company. They also created the patented recommendation software, Cuckoo, to deliver data-driven advice to marketers everywhere. 

Aidan McLaughlin is an undergraduate engineering student at the Olin College of Engineering. Along with his team, he’s building Indico, which allows your computer to explore text. They also image data in a natural way.

Ian Grant is the director of the Peter T. Paul Entrepreneurship Center at the University of New Hampshire. Through his introductions we talked with Thomas Hazel, currently on his fifth start-up as a UNH grad (Deep). We also met two current students who are already on their second: Kate Aiken and Devin McMahon with LilyPad

Michael Schrader is the co-founder and CEO of Vaxess, a company using a silk-derived protein to improve global access to vaccines and also other biopharmaceuticals. He graduated from Harvard Business School a few years prior. 

Episode 17 WBIN-TV: University Entrepreneurship

The Language of Business ® is an independently produced news magazine which mixes in-studio and also on-locations interviews with entrepreneurs. To date, the Show has aired on over 90 public access stations in 24 US states. Our recent topics are Branding for Success, the increasing popularity of the Made in the USA label, and also Global Commerce with a Local Touch. Furthermore, we discuss Decoding the Alphabet of Finance and additionally the Business of Sports.

We’re additionally always looking to reach a wider audience. We furthermore want to also address the challenges and questions that entrepreneurs face and provide insights that can help them grow their businesses. As a result, we give entrepreneurs a stronger voice, globally, nationally and also in their local communities. The Language of Business ® is a resource for entrepreneurs and others interested in local business growth. In conclusion, there is a lot of innovation in the area and this is most of all an opportunity to additionally highlight the great work that’s being done.

Furthermore, here’s the full 30 minute episode (non commercial TV version):

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Greg Stoller is actively involved in building entrepreneurship and international business programs at Boston University in the Questrom School of Business. He teaches courses in entrepreneurship, global strategy and management and runs the Asian International Management Experience Program, and the Asian International Consulting Project.

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