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FSU's Jim Moran Institute for Global Entrepreneurship invites you to eMONTH

Published October 29, 2012


The Jim Moran Institute for Global Entrepreneurship, housed in the College of Business, invites all Florida State students to join us for Entrepreneurship Month (eMonth). Designed to foster a culture of entrepreneurship across campus, eMonth celebrates the entrepreneurial spirit and provides an introduction to the world of entrepreneurship.

ENJOY FREE FOOD, MUSIC, AND PRIZES, Wednesday, Nov. 7, at the ENTREPRElooza STUDENT EXPO. ENTREPRElooza kicks-off on LANDIS GREEN from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. Show off your texting skills in the Speed Texting contest and WIN A FREE iPAD. Visit the student business showcase and receive gifts. Find out how the entrepreneurship program in the College of Business fosters real-world educational experiences by providing a platform and support for student-operated businesses.

LEARN FROM SEVEN SUCCESSFUL ENTREPRENEURS, Tuesday, Nov. 13, at the 7 UNDER 30 EVENT. The 7 under 30 event will be held at the TURNBULL CONFERENCE CENTER in room 208 from 1-3:30 p.m. This event features seven successful entrepreneurs who started their businesses  before they were 30 years old. Enjoy refreshments and be a part of the discussion with the founders of Black and Denim, Coursemodo, Futur1st, GOTCHA Ride, KB Studio, SendHub and Sports Entertainment Gear (SEG). Register for this FREE event at

ENJOY A FOUR COURSE LUNCH AND DISCUSSION WITH SENIOR-LEVEL BUSINESS LEADERS AND ENTREPRENEURS, Friday, Nov. 30, at the Progressive Luncheon. The Progressive Luncheon will be held at THE UNIVERSITY CENTER CLUB in the Futch Ballroom on the third floor, Building B from 10:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. Engage in conversations with successful entrepreneurs and business leaders over a four-course lunch. The format of the luncheon allows you to gain firsthand knowledge from successful entrepreneurs as you move from table to table, at the start of each course. The luncheon will open with a keynote speech by Andreas Widmer, a business executive, entrepreneur, investor, researcher and the author of “The Pope & The CEO.” Widmer is president of The Carpenter’s Fund and a co-founder of SEVEN Fund, a philanthropic organization, which invests in enterprise solutions to poverty.