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‘Startup Studio’ Puts Graduates On The Path To Entrepreneurship

‘Startup Studio’ Puts Graduates On The Path To Entrepreneurship
Education

Harvard Business School has launched a studio in New York City to help HBS alumni develop new ventures

Jiwon Kim
  • 23 may 2016

Harvard Business School opened its first off-campus facility for its aspiring entrepreneurial graduates in New York City. This startup studio is an extension of HBS’s vision to actively support alumni entrepreneurs by providing space, networking opportunities and guidance. The studio’s director is Avani Patel, who is also the founder of TrendSeeder, a fashion-focused accelerator program.

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