Innovation From The Inside

June 4, 2021

Corporate entrepreneurship, which can also be referred to as intrapreneurship, is the approach of encouraging employees to think and behave like entrepreneurs within the structure of a pre existing organization. These types of employees can become major assets and are encouraged to speak up and develop new ideas, identify new opportunities, and find unique ways to bring innovation to already existing businesses. At the Charles D. Close School of Entrepreneurship, students are always encouraged to think outside the box and bring creative solutions to develop innovative ideas in and out of the classroom. With courses like Organizational Development and Change for Corporate EntrepreneursEntrepreneurship & New TechnologiesInnovation in Established Companies, and so much more, students have the opportunity to learn from both corporate entrepreneurs and all types of entrepreneurs who share their successes, failures, and important lessons with the next generation of entrepreneurs.

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The Close School of Entrepreneurship at Drexel University recently embarked on an exhilarating journey to Silicon Valley, the epicenter of technological innovation. Guided by Dean, Donna De Carolis and Associate Dean, Chuck Sacco, a group of students delved into the heart of the Bay Area's entrepreneurial ecosystem, immersing themselves in discovery and inspiration.
Are you ready to transform your entrepreneurial dreams into reality? Look no further than the Drexel Startups Fund Competition, a biannual pitch event designed to fuel the ambitions of student innovators.

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