For the 90th birthday of Philip Kotler, professor emeritus of marketing, Nikki Pangilinan and Michele Pfluger (2Y 2022) discuss which brands advance change for today’s most challenging issues.
“Entrepreneurship is a journey not a destination.” Recent alumnus Brian McEuen ’21 shares how his Kellogg experience helped him develop his venture, On Brand.
In his second post, Toby Velte, PhD shares how he and Quinton Krueger (both EMBA 2021) leveraged Kellogg’s resources to meet their first customer’s business needs and grow as entrepreneurs.
In his first post, Toby Velte, PhD (EMBA 2021) shares how he and Quinton Krueger (EMBA 2021) co-founded Verilytix — and found their first customer in another fellow EMBA student, Rachael Speegle (EMBA 2021).
“Near is a tech concierge for your parents. We provide personalized device recommendations and 1-on-1 tech coaching to help older adults stay connected with their family and friends,” Near Co-Founders Ferrona Lie (1Y 2021) Andrew Mueller (2Y, 2021) say.
Hear from Kellogg and Northwestern co-founders of blip energy on competing again in Northwestern University’s VentureCat competition.
Hear from current semi-finalists Sara Jandeska and Rashmi Babtiwale (both E&W 2021) on competing with their startup, Blue Comet Medical Solutions, in Northwestern University’s VentureCat competition.
Find resources recommended by the Kellogg community to develop your understanding of DEI and effectively advance DEI in your organization.
“Through my journey starting as an MBA student, to pursuing my own venture, to becoming an investor and eventually an educator – I continue to learn day in and day out from my students,” Professor Jeffrey Eschbach says.
Hear from Kellogg alumni Nicole Chavas ’15 and Laura Brenner Kimes ’15 on co-founding their startup, Greenprint Partners, how it’s grown, and how they’ve evolved as entrepreneurs.
Hear from Kellogg alumni Florence Frech ’15 and Camilo Martinez ’15 on co-founding their startup, Leal, and how they led during COVID-19.