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Crummer Rollins Venture Plan Competition Serves as Launchpad for Local Startups
Former Crummer Rollins Venture Plan Competition winners go on to generate millions in revenue and employ hundreds of people.
Mindstamp Plans to Lead the Charge in Interactive Video after Venture Plan Competition Win
Following its 2021 Crummer Venture Plan Competition first-place finish, Mindstamp, says the winnings will be used to invest and expand the delivery of the video platform worldwide.
Finalists Announced for 2021 Venture Plan Competition
The three finalists will compete for their share of a prize package valued at over $100,000. This year, you can watch their pitches live in a virtual environment.
March will be Alumni Appreciation Month at Crummer
Slate of programming includes guest speakers, Rollins-wide events, and networking opportunities.
Former Subway and Coca-Cola CMO Joe Tripodi Shares Views on Risk and Corporate Courage
Joe Tripodi, a six-time Chief Marketing Officer, joined Crummer students in Dr. Ginger Killian’s Marketing Management course.
Crummer Community Raises More than $20,000 for Student Scholarships
The Annual Crummer Oktoberfest Scholarship Fundraiser moved to a virtual, 5-day fundraising format this year.
Looking Back at Top Crummer Oktoberfest Moments in a Pandemic Year
Fundraising drive replaces annual in-person celebration due to COVID-19 precautions.
Professor Bill Grimm Shares the Art of Virtual Negotiation
As we all know, virtual negotiations are more important than ever. Crummer’s resident negotiation expert Bill Grimm shares tips and tricks on getting the most out of your next deal.
Crummer’s Edyth Bush Institute Helping Nonprofits Pivot, Innovate to Survive Pandemic
Institute’s pandemic assessment finds that over two-thirds of nonprofits surveyed only have up to six months of operating capacity.