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Winners announced in Notre Dame business plan competition

May 17, 2009

A plan for fast-casual dining and a plan to distribute sanitary products in developing nations took top honors in Mendoza competition.
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And the winner is …

April 17, 2009

Three finalists are named at the Social Venture Business Plan Competition, competing for a $15,000 grand prize.
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Finalists selected for Notre Dame business plan competitions

April 10, 2009

Finalists will compete for more than $40,000 in two business plan competitions sponsored by the Gigot Center for Entrepreneurial Studies.
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Business students lend expertise to local business owners

March 18, 2009

Students from a Microventuring class work with local small business owners to help them run their ventures more efficiently and profitably.
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President of One Laptop Per Child to speak Feb. 10

February 5, 2009

Charles Kane will speak on his venture to manufacture and distribute laptop computers to children in poor and developing regions.
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Green business programs gain traction

February 2, 2009

February 2009, BusinessWeek, quotes Assistant Professional Specialist Jessica McManus Warnell.
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Notre Dame business plan competition moves to semifinal round

December 22, 2008

The entrepreneurial teams narrow as students and alumni vie for prize money totaling $40,000 and a real-world opportunity to test their ventures.
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Microfinance lecture: Never too poor to save

November 13, 2008

A senior advisor for Catholic Relief Services reveals how a business-based strategy may aid thousands of rural families in Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda.
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Fox business channel pays a visit to Mendoza

September 30, 2008

October 2008, Fox Business Channel, interview with Dean Carolyn Woo.
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Gigot Center announces new director

July 14, 2008

Patrick J. Barry, a 1984 University of Notre Dame alumnus and expert in small business, is selected to head the entrepreneurial studies center.
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