Dallas-Hamilton Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership
Kirk Kern, Director of the Dallas-Hamilton Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership and faculty member, Dr. Gene Poor, presented at the Global Consortium for Entrepreneurship Centers in London.
This international conference is the largest annual gathering of university-based entrepreneurial centers and we are one of five universities selected to present. We competed against hundreds of well-known Universities including Harvard, Babson, Cornell, Georgetown, and Berkeley.
The Dallas-Hamilton Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership in the College of Business at Bowling Green State University is Northwest Ohio's premier resource for entrepreneurial education.
Hatchery in the Dallas-Hamilton Center accepts applications each
fall from all current BGSU undergraduate students to launch new
business ventures as part of the event called "The
Hatch." If your application is accepted, you will be paired
with an alumni mentor and will prepare a presentation of your business
idea to alumni investors. This fall's application deadline has
"Championing entrepreneurial thinking and doing."
"Establish a preeminent center for entrepreneurial leadership and thinking that integrates academic, experiential, and lifelong learning and actively contributes to economic vitality."
For more information, contact:
Kirk D. Kern
Position: Director, Dallas-Hamilton Center
Address: 250 Business Admin. Bldg.