entrepreneurship

Queen’s Entrepreneur’s Competition hosts 60-second business pitch challenge

This Wednesday, 20 students each had 60 seconds to pitch their business ideas to a panel of judges. At the stake was $250. Taking place in Goodes Hall, the Queen’s Entrepreneur’s Competition (QEC) held their taster event before a keynote speaker for participants and observers.Continue...

Refugee-focused start-up vies for $1 million

This weekend, four Queen’s students will be competing in London, England, to win a million dollars for their refugee-focused online business.

The Hult Prize Foundation, a start-up...Continue...

Time for entrepreneurship to take a look in the mirror

A university isn’t Dragons’ Den. So why are we trying to act like it?Continue...

Welsh billionaire visits campus

A rapt audience of over 120 faculty members and students gathered in Goodes Hall on Thursday afternoon to welcome international business magnate Sir Terry Matthews.Continue...

Students launch first real estate conference

With only one real estate class available to “cultivate their curiosity”, three economics students decided to take matters into their own hands.Continue...

Queen’s snags second at QEC

When the Queen’s Entrepreneurial Competition (QEC) wrapped up its 27th year, a team from Harvard took home first place for a U.S.-centred project, and a Queen’s team came in with silver.Continue...

Students collaborate at Startup Summit

Students from various faculties came together to develop, design and promote their new innovative product ideas at the second annual Queen’s Startup Summit (QSS) last weekend.Continue...