Ivy League Entrepreneur

We always love to highlight Ivy League entrepreneurs and today, we’re bringing to your attention a startup founded by a recent Harvard graduate, Svetlana I. Dotsenko. A graduate of Harvard’s Class of 2011, Dotsenko started Project Lever not too long after graduating college. According to “The Harvard Crimson” article on … 

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Ivy League Startup Roots

Ever since a Princeton professor erroneously said that great entrepreneurs tend not to come out of the Ivy League, we’ve chosen to highlight these very people who allegedly don’t exist. Today, we’re going to be highlighting the entrepreneurship of Jack Groetzinger and Russell D’Souza, graduates of Dartmouth College who founded … 

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Ivy League Successful Entrepreneurs

We always like to highlight Ivy League successful entrepreneurs — especially since a Princeton professor claimed last year that successful entrepreneurs don’t graduate from Ivy League schools. We beg to differ. A little while back, we highlighted Dartmouth alumnus Mike Hartwick, who founded an exercise machine that essentially mimics surfing (inside). … 

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Ivy League Entrepreneurs

Ivy League entrepreneurs are coming to Roosevelt Island. Silicon Valley might be the hub for entrepreneurs but New York is trying to be another thriving go-to place for tech startups. In fact, on an island in the East River, a high-tech research complex is being constructed to lure aspiring entrepreneurs. … 

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