Three of UMBC’s most entrepreneurial alumni brought their expertise to the table as judges in UMBC’s annual Idea Competition, sponsored by the Alex. Brown Center for Entrepreneurship and was part of Global Entrepreneurship Week, a week where universities around the world celebrate entrepreneurship with activities and events for their students, faculty and alumni.

Alumni Eli Eisenberg ’86, Interdisciplinary Studies, owner of VPC, a video production company; Sean Carton ’90, English, chief strategy officer at idfive, a marketing and advertising agency; and Danielle Marchese ’00, M.S. ’05, information systems management, president of Applied Technology Services, served as judges in the competition. Judge Sean Carton was very impressed with what he saw: “The ideas were amazing. It was a testament to the quality of students at UMBC. I have never felt prouder to be an alum of UMBC.”

Read the full article here:

http://www.umbc.edu/entrepreneurship/ideacomp_success_nov10.html

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