Undergrads merge open-air transportation with non-traditional advertising.
Tracy's (MBA '15) leadership philosophy emphasizes the power of teamwork.
Mallard (MBA '15) is harnessing the power of business to benefit the greater good.
Kilar (AB JOMC/BSBA '93) played a pivotal role in shaping a generation of digital natives.
The Cree co-founder's story is proof that entrepreneurs can change the world.
Davis (MBA '79) uses her insights and experiences to mentor UNC's up-and-coming entrepreneurs.
Undergrad students get a crash course in launching a profitable business for a special cause.
There's never been a better time for women to pursue real estate careers, say alumnae.
Get ready for unprecedented changes that will transform how we work and live.
B-school combines innovation and business acumen to help entrepreneurs start, manage and invest in a business.
Chuck Swoboda reflects on taking risks and different paths.
Restructured curriculum prepares students for all stages of their entrepreneurial career.
The biology professor adds MBA@UNC to her formula for business success.
Bingham focuses on strategy, innovation and change in dynamic markets.
Inspired by his experiences in the military, Army veteran Nick Black (MBA '13) set out to Stop Soldier Suicide.
Keynote Markus Wilhelm and “People. Planet. Profits” panelists share their experiences and advice for budding entrepreneurs.
At the front lines of entrepreneurship, great risk often comes with great reward, say panelists at the Carolina Women in Business conference.
Entrepreneurs share lessons and resources at the Careers in Sustainability Forum.
Alumni share career paths in sustainability and energy fields.
Prem Thomas (BSBA ’05) is well-prepared for a career at the intersection of finance, sustainability and entrepreneurship.
“In picking your MBA program, you’re choosing a community,” she said. “You need to choose one that’s going to help be the type of person and business leader that you want to be.”
The accelerator is already home to local ventures. Entrepreneurs represent the entire spectrum of the startup process.
Chapel Hill’s first startup accelerator supports the successful launch of entrepreneurial companies.
While professional golfers vied for the coveted green jacket of The Masters Golf Tournament, MBA students from around the world traveled to Chapel Hill, NC, in the golf-themed international finals of the Venture Capital Investment Competition (VCIC).
With more than 100 ventures successfully initiated since 1999 and many of those businesses still in existence, UNC Kenan-Flagler’s Launching the Venture program has been helping entrepreneurs at various stages in their business careers for years. Next 20 Stories