By Entrepreneurship Courses and Resources
in University Entpreneurship Ecosystem
Through Annual Student Competitions
Whether you are a first-year student or a business professional, you can benefit from entrepreneurship courses offered at every level. Experience theory and practice in and out of the classroom with respected faculty
and successful business owners.
At Nebraska, you can raise capital for your idea, startup or existing business through student competitions and other funding opportunities.
Competitions vary from eleavtor pitches, business plan competitions to events promoting creativity and collaboration.
Build your idea by tapping into the University of Nebraska-Lincoln entrepreneurship ecosystem. Use our handy tool to view programs and resources offered across the University.
Have an idea but don't know what to do about it? Stuck on a problem with your start-up?
Amazon can be confusing and strict on its sellers. Despite this, Amazon is the best place for small businesses to get their start. This workshop condenses three years of Amazon knowledge to show you how to make your first Amazon sales and scale. Join us Thursday, July 16, 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. for examples of how real small business owners got their start on Amazon and leveraged their success to expand their products to new markets. Topics covered include how a listing should look, how to have Amazon ship your products for you, what to expect for Amazon fees, and how to get your product in front of online customers. This presentation is part of a Business Learning Series hosted by Umeda Islamova, UNL Center for Entrepreneurship. If you would like to be notified of future events, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.