FinTech as a niche is dead. It’s on its way to becoming the core of financial services, and Whartonites are a big part of that.
Wharton student Sindhura Sarikonda runs a nonprofit to save young women from slavery and give them marketable skills to escape extreme poverty.
All the education gained by a recent Wharton MBA grad only made clearer just how much more he needed, especially when it came to launching a startup.
Entrepreneur David Klein came back to campus to give a leadership lecture to current students. We took the chance to catch up and pick his brain.
So you’ve raised money for your startup? Now what do you do with it—to preserve it, provide cash flow and avoid investor confidence risk?
Last year, Wharton Magazine highlighted the work of more than a dozen Wharton-inspired entrepreneurs. We return this year with six more startups to watch.
How the Semester in San Francisco is shaping entrepreneurial ventures for Wharton MBA students.