Archive for March, 2011

New York Times: Wharton alum VC firm Osage Ventures featured

March 31, 2011

Osage Ventures helps “Colleges [Gain] Greater Stake in Their Innovations” (3/12/2011)  MORE

VIP company Kembrel on

March 31, 2011

Wharton VIP company Kembrel is chosen by Mashable as a company “Winning Big With Facebook Commerce” (3/22/2011)  MORE

Video editing company Clipik profiled on NBC Chicago (March 24, 2011)

March 31, 2011

Clipik, founded by Wharton alum Adriano Blanaru, is “creating a community of freelance editors to help users transform their content into priceless memories” MORE

Pocono Record features fundraising efforts of Wharton VIP company Kembrel

March 31, 2011

Wharton VIP company Kembrel and the Wharton Japan Club teamed up to design and sell a Japan-themed t-shirt with all proceeds going to the American Red Cross’ Japan disaster relief efforts. MORE (March 24) Wharton instructor Lawrence Gelburd talks about being ready for entrepreneurship

March 31, 2011

Wharton instructor Lawrence Gelburd helps answer question, “Are you ready to be an entrepreneur?” MORE Joe Cohen W’68 featured

March 18, 2011

Wharton undergraduate alum Joe Cohen W’68, founder of HTN, USA and MSG TV networks is a “Sports Network Pioneer” MORE

Black Enterprise: Wharton instructor Lawrence Gelburd in “5 Reasons to Dump Your Customer”

March 10, 2011

In “5 Reasons to Dump Your Customer”, Wharton instructor Lawrence Gelburd provides some tips for entrepreneurs to help them decide “when to just say no” to new business. MORE

Kunal Bahl W’06 featured on NBC Nightly News

March 7, 2011

Wharton alum Kunal Bahl (W’06) interviewed by NBC’s Tom Brokaw for series “America at the Crossroads” about America’s immigration policy and how it effects entrepreneurs. MORE

Penn Gazette: WVA winners Nat Turner & Jack Abraham featured

March 7, 2011

Classmates Nat Turner & Jack Abraham are profiled in “Wharton Venture Award Winners Mint $145 Million (p. 18)” MORE

INC: PoverUP named as one of America’s Coolest College Start-ups of 2011

March 1, 2011

Wharton VIP company PoverUP, a university microfinance platform co-founded by Wharton undergrad Charlie Javice (W’14), selected as one of INC magazine’s coolest college start-ups. MORE