Aug
02

Collegiate Entrepreneurial Blogs and Websites

Entrepreneur The Arts: Founded by Lisa Canning, a serial arts entrepreneur, this blog offers interesting articles on a broad range of topics related to creativity, leadership, entrepreneurship an innovation.

Odyssey of the Mind: Blog site of Travis McMenimon, recent graduate of Villanova University in Villanova, PA, who blogs about “entrepreneurship, business strategy, marketing, branding, IT and life.”

The Entrepreneurial Mind: Blog site of Dr. Jeff Cornwall, director of the Center for Entrepreneurship at Belmont University, Nashville, TN.

ZeroMillion.com: Blog documenting “the journey of young entrepreneur Ryan Allis as he builds his second company, Broadwick Corporation, to $1 million in sales, publishes his first book, Zero to One Million, travels the country as a web marketing consultant and speaker on young entrepreneurship and personal development, launches his non-profit organization, and lives the life of a bootstrapping entrepreneur.

The Start-Up Chronicles: A blog about The Business–The Journey of running a business.  An ongoing look into the life of aspiring entrepreneur BJ Olin, president/CEO of Cilantro’s Burrito Grill.

Startup Nation:  Founded by Jeff and Rich Sloan who are company creators, lifelong entrepreneurs, and brothers. StartupNation is a free service founded by entrepreneurs for entrepreneurs. This site offers a list of topics and information related to starting a venture.

Createquity : Since its debut in October 2007, Createquity has been hailed as “revolutionary,” “must-read,” “important,” “lively,” “thorough,” and “so amazingly good it’s almost in its own category of resource” by readers across the web.  A unique virtual think tank exploring the intersection of the arts with a wide range of topics including politics, economics, philanthropy, leadership, research, and urban planning, Createquity is a hub for next-generation ideas on the role of the arts in a creative society.

Creatives at Work : The goal with this blog, founded by Eileen Fritsch, is to call attention to some of the technologies, trends, and tools that might help you continue to build an economically viable, personally satisfying career. Some posts may challenge conventional assumptions;  other posts may inspire you to consider possibilities you might not have known about.  This blog will showcase some helpful training resources, workflow tools, and thought leaders. It will also introduce you to some entrepreneurial photographers, artists, writers and designers who are creating new career paths and business models.

About Lisa Canning

“Vowels are to words what creativity is to the world~ basic and necessary.”

What motivates you to explore your creativity? Follow me @EntretheArts.

For daily inspiration and creative education join me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EntrepreneurTheArts

Need a magic creativity wand? Let’s start with the clarinet and see what it inspires you to dream and do.

Lisa Canning is the founder of Lisa’s Clarinet Shop, IAEOU, the Institute for Arts Entrepreneurship (IAE) and Entrepreneur the Arts.

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