Monthly Archives: January 2015

Event Highlights: Successful Women and how they Think about Business Differently

IMG_0254The other day we posted the full audio of our recent panel titled: “Successful Women and how they Think about Business Differently.” It’s a great listen and while we do recommend listening to the whole panel discussion we now also have video highlights from the event. Enjoy!

Event: Think Globally, Act Locally

The Department of Marketing and the Centers for Entrepreneurship and International Business would like to invite all of you to the “Think Globally, Act Locally: Building Local Roots for America’s Small Business” event. At this event you will get the opportunity to hear from Center for Entrepreneurship Director John Bradley Jackson and and Center for International Business Director Jeff Williamson.

This event will be held in the Titan Student Union Theatre on Wednesday, February 11 from 1pm to 2pm. Space for this event is limited so please make sure to RSVP to cib@fullerton.edu or you can also contact the Center for International Business at (657) 278-8264 or you can even visit their offices in SGMH 3357. Continue reading

Successful Women and how they Think about Business Differently

Successful Women and how they Think about Business DifferentlyA couple of weeks ago we were delighted to co-host a panel discussion with Richard Franzi’s Critical Mass for Business. As part of their Speaker Series, present was a panel of distinguished business women (and Director John Bradley Jackson) to discuss the topic of “Successful Women and how they Think about Business Differently”. The panel included:

Darcie Harris, Trainer & Speaker for Women Entrepreneurs

John Bradley Jackson, Director at Cal State Fullerton Center of Entrepreneurship

France Helfer, Entrepreneur & CEO at Halo Healthcare Inc.

Tomilee Gill, President at Executives Unlimited

It was a very educational event that discussed topics like:

  • Can women have a career and a family?
  • What roadblocks are there for women in the business world?
  • The outlook for women in business

Of course, many more topics were discussed and, most poignant to me and the rest of the audience were the panelists’ personal stories about how they have found success in business. The whole panel discussion can be listened to below or, if that’s not working, you can click here.

I am sure that we will have many more events just like this for our community so please keep in touch with us on Facebook or sign up for our newsletter to keep your finger on CSUF’s Entrepreneurial pulse. Continue reading

CSUF Students Named Innovation Fellows

Amerika Bernal and Cristian Sanchez at Titan Fast Pitch Competition

Amerika Bernal and Cristian Sanchez at Titan Fast Pitch Competition

The CSUF Center for Entrepreneurship proudly announces that Mr. Cristian Sanchez (Entrepreneurship major) and Ms. Amerika Bernal (Accounting major) have been named “Innovation Fellows” at the nationally acclaimed University Innovation Fellows program, which is sponsored by Stanford’s and VentureWell’s Epicenter organization.

This video explains exactly what Epicenter does to promote engineering and innovation: Continue reading