Sunday, September 25, 2016

9/21/2016: Sweet taste of success for Lulu's Ice Cream

Luisa Santos, LuLu's Ice Cream

Luisa Santos was a senior at Georgetown University in 2014 when she decided to test the popularity of ice cream made with liquid nitrogen. Her ice cream was a hit, and she realized she had a winning business idea. She named her business LuLu's Ice Cream. Today she has two stores in South Florida, caters events and can be found on Scandinavian Airlines. Luisa tells us how she built her business and what's next for the company.

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Monday, September 19, 2016

9/14/2016: How to make money flipping properties

Victoria Cooney, Broward SCORE & Real Estate Agent

Making money flipping real estate can turn into a lucrative business. Interior designer and real estate agent Victoria Cooney has helped many with their flips and dabbled in it herself. She shares her strategies for success and tells us about her upcoming Broward SCORE workshop on Wednesday, Sept. 28 at Keiser University.

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Sunday, September 11, 2016

9/7/2016: Branding for Social Change and FAU Entrepreneurship Programs

Carla Crossno, Hatched
Major companies are using their brands to inspire social change. Carla Crossno, CEO of Hatched, a full service marketing and branding company, talks about this latest trend and how companies create change that supports the greater good. McDonald's is one company that has heeded the call for healthier food and now is leading the way by changing its menu and how people eat on the go.

Rhys Williams, FAU Tech Runway
Florida Atlantic University launched Tech Runway several years ago to help startups in Palm Beach County launch, grow and thrive. Now in its third year, applications into the program have more than tripled and the school has expanded its programming to reach more students and aspiring entrepreneurs as far as Miami.

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