Lecturer Patrick Keyes, who teaches UM-Dearborn’s Small Business Management course and is an entrepreneur, understands struggles associated with business ownership and has a few ideas on how to work through them.
To strengthen community partnerships and help students gain experience, College of Business initiatives continue to support local businesses throughout COVID changes and help entrepreneurs succeed.
UM-Dearborn business professor Marcus Harris teaches students how to create sustainable success in his social entrepreneurship course.
Researchers focused on the five-year changes in property values, community assets, tax rates and cost of doing business within the community.
A College of Business entrepreneurship educator and Detroit small business owners talk about keeping businesses visible and viable when COVID-19 closes the doors.
The annual eCities study recognizes 183 cities and townships for contributing to Michigan’s economic growth.
There’s more to COB student Michael Smith’s burgeoning sportswear line than just a large social media following
Smith, a senior marketing major, has the support of his professors and uses lessons learned in the classroom to help him grow TITAFit, the business he launched during his freshman year.
The annual eCities study recognizes 181 Michigan communities — including four standouts — developing a positive entrepreneurial climate.
COB’s Women in Entrepreneurship Week event gives students an opportunity to interact with local business owners, ask questions and learn from experience.
Entrepreneurship is more than making business plans—it’s innovative thinking, creative strategy and more. To reflect the educational needs in this ever-changing process, the College of Business offers a certificate program and a new minor.
The communities were identified as part of the annual eCities study, conducted by iLabs, UM-Dearborn’s Center for Innovation Research.