With a new name and a new home, Venture Lab — formerly known as Penn Wharton Entrepreneurship — is the culmination of a nearly 50-year journey to help aspiring founders at Wharton and across the university realize their visions.
Entrepreneurship can be a lonely path. No wonder some of the greatest connections among the Wharton alumni network are made in the startup world.
Prayas Analytics, a Wharton startup powered by two recent grads and visual analytics, has grabbed the attention of retailers and Y Combinator. Read how.
In what’s become an annual tradition, Wharton Magazine presents startups—and founders— worthy of serious attention by the Wharton community.
Innovation and quality of life turn the city into a major draw.
In checking references for talent, the higher the position you are looking to fill, the deeper you need to look.
Veteran business editor Loren Feldman, W'78, shares his experiences with and observations about small business owners, while offering advice to Wharton entrepreneurs.
The curriculum in San Francisco provides an immersion experience, with multiple, mutually reinforcing encounters with the same core material.
How the Semester in San Francisco is shaping entrepreneurial ventures for Wharton MBA students.
A Wharton alumnus returns to West Philly to help area entrepreneurs.
Celebrating its 10th anniversary, the Wharton School’s Entrepreneur-in-Residence program (EIR) has been an overwhelming, and copied, success.
To survive in an uncertain global economy, business leaders must deliver in the short term while investing in what’s new and risky in the future. We ask experts to share their thoughts on the ideal tools.
How Wharton helped three bright young business minds build—and eventually sell (at enormous profit)—their unique Internet-based companies.
Profiles of Philadelphian Alumni