Emerging Tech, Johnson centers team up: Partnership links incubator's startups with entrepreneurship students

Now as executive director of Indiana University's Johnson Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation, he has high hopes for his latest effort to introduce students to the real world of business. The Johnson Center, based in Bloomington, opened an office earlier this month at the Indiana University Emerging Technologies Center in downtown Indianapolis. The space gives MBA students the opportunity to provide consulting services to the 22 startups at the incubator. Unlike BSU seniors in the "spine-sweating" course who present an...

 

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