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NuVention Arts: MSLCE Students Learn What it Takes to be an Entrepreneur

By Poorvi Nair Ensemble: bringing concerts to your homeCreative Connect: Providing a platform for upcoming talentThe Seen: An App that lets you see all the events happening around you, and who’s going to itThese were a few of the amazing start-up ideas that came out of the NuVention: Arts course this past Spring Quarter. Taught by the

Kellogg School of Management Faculty David Schonthal and Gregg Latterman Lead Entrepreneurship Workshop for MSLCE Students

By Chad HewittAs emerging leaders in their respective fields, students in this year’s MSLCE cohort have a surplus of innovative ideas for new projects and enterprises in the creative industries.In fact, the winter term’s classes have a significant focus on the work involved in planning for a new business venture, both financially and strategically. The

MSLCE Professor Gregg Latterman Talks Music Industry and the Digital Age in Fireside Chat

By Nick RomanThe Fray, Michelle Branch, Five for Fighting, and Brandi Carlisle are few of the many artists that MSLCE Professor Gregg Latterman discovered in his career as a music and entertainment entrepreneur.Latterman, who teaches the Entrepreneurship in the Creative Industries course, recently sat down with MSLCE students to chat about the history of popular

A Look at Entrepreneurship with Gregg Latterman

By Jacob NelsonToday, we spotlight Gregg Latterman, an MSLCE Adjunct Lecturer, and the Program Lead of Zell Fellows. Latterman’s had an incredibly successful career in arts entrepreneurship, which he drew on during our interview to share advice for aspiring entrepreneurs.What is the most important skill for an aspiring entrepreneur?The most important thing is to have

MSLCE Students Pitch Business Proposals to Experienced Entrepreneurs

By Amy A. Ross Writing up a project for a class is one thing; pitching a convincing business proposal to a panel of experts is a completely different challenge. Students from the NUvation: Arts course were able to recreate this real-world experience during their final presentations at the beginning of June. The eight proposals included