The Entrepreneurship Center
at Stanford Engineering

In the Department of Management Science & Engineering


New Course on Large-Scale Entrepreneurship

This spring, lecturer Ann Miura-Ko will explore the foundational and strategic elements needed for startups to be designed for “venture scale” at inception. Enrollment is limited and basic accounting recommended.

China’s Startup Scene Given More Context

A new study by Management Science and Engineering Assistant Professor Chuck Eesley and Stanford Ph.D. candidate Jian Bai “Jamber” Li explains how much a region's culture and policy can influence entrepreneurship.

Enjoy the New Look and Feel of eCorner

The Stanford Entrepreneurship Corner now has a sleeker and simpler design and is responsive on all devices while still offering all the great content. Registered users can even create and share collections of their favorite videos.

Study Compares Startup Investors

Recently published research co-authored by STVP faculty shows that firms backed by venture capitalists (VCs) secured more patents than businesses funded by either corporate VCs or government agencies.

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