Burton D. Morgan Center for Entrepreneurship

Purdue University Entrepreneurial Resources

Krannert Entrepreneurship and Venture Club
The Krannert Entrepreneurship and Venture Club is dedicated to providing graduate students the knowledge and resources associated with launching a new business. We will accomplish this goal by providing guest speakers (real-life entrepreneurs and venture capitalists), networking opportunities, advice on business plan preparation, resources to start-up capital and and an opportunity for MBA students to play a role in the development of Discovery Park's Center for Entrepreneurship.

Krannert Innovation and Technology Club
With the rapid changes in technology, KITC looks to explore new ways innovation is applied in business to solve real problems, enhance productivity, and create value for organizations. KITC's mission is to help Krannert Master students by organizing a series of activities such as round-tables, facility tours and guest speakers.

Krannert Graduate Consulting Club
The Krannert Consulting Club (KCON) aims to provide Krannert graduate students the opportunity to gain understanding and exposure to the consulting industry. KCON recognizes the uniqueness of the consulting industry in its ability to cross all business disciplines, therefore we not only target traditional management consulting, but other consulting roles, such as consulting in marketing, operations, and finance.

Krannert Operations Club
The Krannert Operations Club helps graduate students gain the industry exposure needed to be effective managers in the workplace. We do this by providing guest speakers, kaizen events, plant tours, case competitions, workshops, meetings with alumni, and numerous leadership opportunities.

Purdue Innovations Club
The Purdue Innovations Club encourages the development of innovative ideas by students by advancing the ideas into projects, services, and future companies that will both serve and improve the entire community.

Society of Business Engineers
SBE is a student organization founded in April of 1999 on the belief that providing opportunities for engineering students to develop business skills and learn about possible career opportunities in the business world would be a rewarding investment for their future. Combining business with an engineering curriculum gives one the ability to possess a technical background while being able to apply it to the business world. Membership is open to any undergraduate or graduate student who is enrolled in an engineering program.

About Burton D. Morgan Center for Entrepreneurship

The Burton D. Morgan Center for Entrepreneurship fosters the understanding and application of entrepreneurship with faculty and students across the Purdue campus and with stakeholders throughout the State.


Contact

1201 West State Street
West Lafayette, IN 47907-2057

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