Tag Archives: entrepreneurship

‘Stellar’ Business Plan Leads to Profits – One Grad’s Success Story

A plethora of business students have been required to conjure up a business plan of some sort in their academic careers. While many chalk it up as just another assignment, Tim Swiontkowski, a business administration degree alumnus of Minnesota School of Business-Plymouth (MSB), used his as the basis for a new business venture. Swiontkowski, a
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Follow the Tile and Stone Road to Entrepreneurial Success

On February 27, students in Minnie Wagner’s Entrepreneurship class at Minnesota School of Business-Lakeville visited Minnesota Tile and Stone to experience an example of a successful entrepreneurship endeavor firsthand. Minnesota Tile and Stone is an employee and family owned business that started in the Twin Cities in 1930. While visiting, students met with Rob Noakes,
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Will the iPad Stay on Top?

In many business classrooms, the talk of innovation takes the stage. It can come as early as in an introductory course in the Associates in Applied Science in Business Administration  program. There are many business concepts that are learned throughout the program. Innovation is mentioned in nearly all of the business programs. Many consumers want
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Three Student Teams Advance to MN Cup Semi-Finals

  Well, they did it again! Innovative student projects in Dick Anderson’s Entrepreneurial class were selected as semi-finalists in the MN Cup competition. According to the website, “The Minnesota Cup is an annual competition that seeks to support and accelerate the development of the best breakthrough ideas from across Minnesota.  We are looking for the next great
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Entrepreneurship Class App-lies Research To New Project

Students in Ron Myszkowski’s entrepreneurship class at the Minnesota School of Business-Plymouth recently finished their quarter by presenting a feasibility plan for a new mobile application for Globe Education Network. The students, who were assisted by business and accounting program chair Myszkowski and technical advisor Doug Denny, owner of Double D Copywriting in Wayzata, presented their findings and
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Student Project is APP-etizing

Student project is app-etizing by Mollee Francisco Chaska Herald August 12, 2011 07:00 AM   In the state’s search for great ideas, a group of students from the Minnesota School of Business in Shakopee believe they might be on the right track. Alissa Gamache, of Chaska, was one of six students in Richard Anderson’s entrepreneurship class.
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