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  • Writer's pictureJohn Danner

Startup school: Examining success and failure in new ventures

Updated: Jan 5, 2021

John Sullivan from the Office of Engineering Communications at Princeton University wrote about an innovative Entrepreneurship course I taught in 2014.

The course was open to students from all disciplines and allowed undergraduates to work with a team of successful entrepreneurs including myself, a business executive and senior fellow at the University of California-Berkeley; Lidow, the founder of iSuppli; Christopher Kuenne, the founder of Rosetta; and Ed Zschau, a founder and executive of numerous startups including System Industries in the 1970s and Polyera Corporation in the last decade.

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