School of Marketing and Innovation | USF Muma College of Business
HUSTLE 2.0 launches search for next big student business idea. The competition gives students the chance to pitch their own innovative business ideas. The winning team will receive $100,000 in Series A funding to continue their business.
At USF, building a career supply chain. When the University of South Florida decided to start a supply chain management program, it built it hand-in-hand with industry.
High schoolers hone entrepreneurial skills at USF’s Youth Venture summer camp. The camp was a pilot summer program designed to introduce entrepreneurial skills to the next generation of business builders.
University of South Florida alumnus gives $10M to name the Nault Center for Entrepreneurship. The generous gift by Jay Nault ensures future business leaders continue to receive a world-class education at the USF Nault Center for Entrepreneurship.
Student entrepreneurial team out HUSTLEs competition to win food vending kiosk sales contest. The challenge: use $250,000 in capital to start a business, identify prime locations, manage the kiosk set-up, sell tons of giant cinnamon rolls, chocolate lava cakes, and White Castle cheeseburgers through Just Baked vending kiosks, and make the most profit.