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After a 54-hour, weekend-long frenzy of planning, evaluating, researching and collaborating at Las Cruces' first-ever Startup Weekend, one New Mexico State University team emerged victorious - but that's far from the end of the competition story.
The top two teams from the local entrepreneurial battle - including the first-place team of Mykola Novak and Nancy Hastings - will now compete with winners from other Startup Weekend events in the Global Startup Battle - and your votes are key to their success.
New Mexico State University's Arrowhead Center will celebrate of Global Entrepreneurship Week Nov. 18-21 with events to encourage local innovators and entrepreneurs.
Global Entrepreneurship Week is a worldwide campaign designed to inspire people everywhere to explore their potential as self-starters and innovators while connecting with potential collaborators, mentors and investors.
Business executive and New Mexico State University alumnus Bill Sheriff has been very busy since his retirement in February. He's juggled a bit of consulting at the company he ran for many years, Brookdale Senior Living, with travel around the Southwest, keeping up with his eight grandchildren and spending a little time on his golf game.
New Mexico State University will kick off its celebration of Global Entrepreneurship Week in November with Las Cruces' first Startup Weekend event, beginning Nov. 15. The event is sponsored by Arrowhead Center, the NMSU College of Engineering, Mesilla Valley Economic Development Alliance, the New Mexico Economic Development Department, and many contributing sponsors
A panel of experts from around the region is helping develop the strategy and priorities for Arrowhead Center's commercialization network, with the goal of strengthening the program's economic development potential statewide.
New Mexico State University's College of Engineering welcomes Douglas Johnson, experienced leader and innovator, to the Verge Fund Lecture Series in Innovation, Ventures and Entrepreneurship. His presentation entitled, "Creating a Culture of Innovation," will be held at 4 p.m. Friday, Sept. 27, in Thomas and Brown Hall Room 104.