At the Lloyd Greif Center for Entrepreneurial Studies, students learn a mindset that sets them apart and better positions them to make a positive difference in the world. This mindset is about much more than just founders and founding processes. It is about adaptable, flexible thinking; assessing and managing risk in dynamic, uncertain environments; and finding and pursuing new opportunities.
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National Society of Black Engineers, LavaLab, & Sustainability
Viterbi student clubs LavaLab and NSBE joined forces, inviting Greif CEnter advisors in for feedback on competitive pitches related to USC’s 2028 Sustainability Plan -- proposing zero net waste solutions for transportation, waste, renewable energy, carbon emissions, and more. The winning team of Madison Gong, Juvensen Jules & Jessica Brown pitched a plan to gamify waste reduction at the '28 LA Olympics.
Congrats to USC Startup Lumeum
MRIs are intimidating and scary, requiring sedation for 49% of the kids who need them. Lumeum uses VR and biofeedback to help calm children, notify docs when sedation isn't needed, and increase radiology department throughput. A win for kids and hospitals, Greif Marshall Incubator alum Lumeum (with its core product Ready Teddy) was just named a semi-finalist in the Blackstone LaunchPad Annual Pitch Competition at StartupGrind
“Lumeum’s founders, Max Orozco ’20 and Noah Orozco, combine experience in neuroimaging and design with patient empathy. That led them to create Ready Teddy VR. We’re proud to have worked with a team so profoundly committed to making a positive difference in children’s and physicians’ lives.” – Paul Orlando, head of our Marshall Greif Incubator
Apply to the USC Marshall Greif Incubator's Summer Cohort
The USC Marshall Greif Incubator takes founders from feasibility and development, through business model testing, distribution, founder team development, customers, and potential funding. We also provide access to legal resources, financial assistance, and more -- offering USC’s top student, alumni, faculty, & staff entrepreneurs the ability to do more, faster. Deadline: Sunday May 23, 2021 at 11:59 PM (US/Pacific).
Are you a student with an interest in learning what it takes to keep a startup going strong? Tune into the Startup Survival Series -- webinars offered by the Paul Orlando, head of our Marshall Greif Incubator.