The DENA program is a direct outgrowth of the entrepreneurial ecosystem in Hanover, which features a strong network of organizations and offices dedicated to startups and small businesses.
In the news: Tuck Entrepreneurship Courses
"These new courses will make you want to head back to the classroom." (Source: Inc.com/Inc. Magazine)
TUCK ENTREPRENEUR IN RESIDENCE PROGRAM PRESENTS: Mark Bobseine, T’82
Mark shares his transition from corporate America to Cutter Associates, and Tuck’s role in the process.
Tuck Entrepreneur In Residence Program Presents: John Bello, T’74
John Bello, T'74, shares his entrepreneurial path and lessons learned from a lifetime of creating new ventures and intrapreneurship with brands such as SoBe, NFL and Izze Beverage Company
Tuck startup Latitude six-six takes second at Dartmouth entrepreneurship competition.
Tuck Students Serve Up Food, Lessons in Business (Valley News)
The Box team in action on campus
TUCK ENTREPRENEUR IN RESIDENCE PROGRAM PRESENTS: John Pepper, T’97
John Pepper, T'97, discusses entrepreneurial insights from his experience taking Boloco from business plan to success
TUCK ENTREPRENEUR IN RESIDENCE PROGRAM PRESENTS: Tony Magee
Tony tells his story about building Lagunitas Brewing Company into a national brand from a home brewing kit.
TUCK ENTREPRENEUR IN RESIDENCE PROGRAM PRESENTS: Frida Polli, D’94
Frida shares her insights and advice on launching a company coming from an academic background.
Tuck Entrepreneur in Residence program presents: Mitra Morgan, T’95
Mitra shares her experience and path from a traditional post-MBA career to serial entrepreneurship
In the news: Kigo Kitchen and Nifti
"Do you want to be an entrepreneur? Dartmouth Tuck has a raft of support for entrepreneurial MBAs. These two Tuck alumni startups will inspire you to create your own venture now!" (BusinessBecause)
Entrepreneurship Initiative Kicks Off 2013 “From the Trenches” Speaker Series
The series, sponsored by Louis Crosier D’87, T’97, brings in young entrepreneurs to share their practical experience of starting a business.
Barris Incubator Series: BlueRoot Technologies, making drivers’ lives easier
Adam Labrie, TU'14 and co-founder of BlueRoot technologies describes his start-up, one of the entrepreneurial ventures selected as part of the Barris Incubator program.
Entrepreneurs from the trenches: Nifti co-founders kick-off the new Crosier speaker series
Greg Kimball (T'12) and Nathan Sharp (T'12) share eship lessons learned with Tuck students in the first 'From the trenches' session of the Louis Crosier (T'97) Entrepreneurship Speaker Series
Tuck Entrepreneur In Residence program presents: Sue Allon T’89
Sue Allon shares her experience as founder and CEO of Allonhill, a leader in mortgage due diligence and credit risk management.
TUCK ENTREPRENEUR IN RESIDENCE PROGRAM PRESENTS: Gregg Latterman
Mr. Latterman shares his experience in the music industry starting and building a record label and artist management company.
TUCK ENTREPRENEUR IN RESIDENCE PROGRAM PRESENTS:Brian Hamilton
Mr. Hamilton shares his entrepreneurial insights and experience as founder and Chairman of Sageworks, a leading provider of private company financial information and financial analysis solutions.
Tuck Students’ Software Startup Wins $25,000 Prize in Entrepreneurship Competition
Barris Incubator team tops 100 entries at Dartmouth Ventures Conference.
TUCK ENTREPRENEUR IN RESIDENCE PROGRAM PRESENTS: Stuart Pompian
Stuart Pompian, entrepreneur, venture capitalist, angel investor and turnaround CEO discusses the path to become an entrepreneur.
Tuck team claims 1st prize at Dartmouth Ventures 2013 conference
TUCK ENTREPRENEUR IN RESIDENCE PROGRAM PRESENTS: John Stahler, T’69
John talks about his career in the outdoor gear industry and highlights important decisions entrepreneurs have to make.
Tuck Welcomes Local Engineer as Entrepreneur-in-Residence
Stuart Pompian, a venture capitalist and co-founder of Dartware, LLC, spoke to students about his long career in turnarounds and technology.
TUCK ENTREPRENEUR IN RESIDENCE PROGRAM PRESENTS: Peter Sisson, T’94
Peter Sisson T'94 shares his thoughts on getting started in entrepreneurship, finding your first tech partner, and offers advice for Tuck students.
Tuck Entrepreneurs Make Their Pitch
From social gaming to mobile feedback, MBA students showcase startups.
Glorydays: The mobile game where you, your friends, and your shared memories are the game
Glorydays is a start-up focused on gamifying the experience of digging up and reliving memories with tight circles of friends. Nostalgia is a powerful force, and our mobile game will tap that force to keep groups of good friends close over the years. Beyond the game's daily entertainment value, it also serves as a shared memory bank, collecting the memories uncovered...