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.
Engineering and business graduate students won the 2016 Y-Prize for applying a Penn-developed technology to solve the largest bottleneck in beer production.
A Wharton startup team believes they are on the cusp of figuring out mobile marketing with an app called Slidejoy with Tinder-like functionality.
We catch up with BPC alum and successful Wharton influencer David Kreiger, who makes it his business to connect fellow entrepreneurs.
Where’s the best place for incoming Wharton MBA students to live come August? An online search tool launched by young alumni could provide the answer.
From gravity to levity, this year’s Business Plan Competition Finals featured free sandwiches and a wailing infant.
An alumnus (and social entrepreneur himself) reflects on serving as a judge for the first-ever Wharton Social Impact Prize.
A member of the “Greatest Generation” asks if there is anything more to entrepreneurship than what he sees today.
Learning entrepreneurship at Wharton is an experience unlike any other, thanks to the opportunities and resources, the teachers and peers, and the alumni and entrepreneurs themselves.
No, we are not talking about an alumnus here. We’re checking back with a student.
On Penn move-in day, one family dropped off three undergraduates—count them, three—on campus. Can anyone top that?
We catch up with a Wharton Business Plan Competition team as it takes the next step at the Highland and Mass Challenge incubators.
The Wharton Business Plan Competition came down to the Great Eight. We were fortuitous enough to come to the show with the greatest.
We followed three teams during Semi-Final pitches. Only one team moved to the next stage, but all three benefitted from the experience.
Twelve ventures give it their all at the Spring Startup Pitches at Wharton | San Francisco.