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The Center for Entrepreneurship at the W. P. Carey School of Business fosters and empowers entrepreneurs in the classroom and across the wider ASU community. We partner with ASU's Entrepreneurship + Innovation to offer student entrepreneurs additional entrepreneurial resources to pursue their passion.
We work closely with executives and mentors, who share their ideas with the next generation of great entrepreneurs. And we celebrate entrepreneurial Arizona businesses that persevere and create their own success.
W. P. Carey School of BusinessP.O. Box 876506
Combining enterprise-grade reliability, state-of-the-art communications technology, and a commitment to customer service, Nextiva is a leading business communications company. Because of its innovation and growth, Nextiva has been named the 2018 Spirit of Enterprise Award winner.
According to Greg Vogel (BS Real Estate '85), ASU and W. P. Carey meant everything to the early knowledge that led him to build his enterprise — one the day he graduated, and another just two years later. We caught up with him to discuss his civic involvement, business success, and everything in between.
Graduating from Arizona State University with degrees in accounting isn't the only thing these siblings have in common. Both took a leap of faith and left their corporate careers to pursue a shared passion for health and beauty.
As public concern about sports-related head injuries mounts, two ASU graduates have developed a product that could help athletes and their coaches spot potential problems.
Aaron Pool (BS Management ’09), owner of Gadzooks Enchiladas & Soup in Phoenix, and his family will support future Sun Devils with a new scholarship fund.
Starting a business is a unique experience. Because of this, it is helpful to build a relationship with someone who has already gone through the process.