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The Entrepreneur Society is the first and only organization of student entrepreneurs and aspiring young business owners, dedicated to advancing and facilitating the fundamental resources to enhance entrepreneur enthusiasm. Membership is available to all majors and concentrations.
The Entrepreneur Society provides the avenue of opportunity for students to interact, learn, network, and exchange ideas with local and regional business owners.
The Entrepreneur Society invites experienced entrepreneurs and business owners to discuss topics concerning start-up, planning, maintaining, and managing new ventures. Members will be able to gain wisdom and knowledge from seasoned entrepreneurs in many fields. The interaction between guests and members showcases the reality of owning and starting the American dream!
The Entrepreneur Society connects business students, members, mentors, advisors, and alumni, by hosting a variety of networking, company tours, and mixer events. The Entrepreneur Society also hosts an exclusive semi-annual Entrepreneur Mixer Event in Orange County. Please check with the club for further details and dates.
The Entrepreneur Society is affiliated with the: Small Business Development Center (SBDC) , Small Business Administration (SBA) , Small Business Institute, (SBI) , and Tri-tech lead development center of Orange County . These partnerships provide members with the resources and support needed to achieve their goals.
The Entrepreneur Society provides the resources and support for consulting and business plan projects. Professional consultants, specialists, consulting workshops and other resources are available to all members.
For more information please visit Entrepreneur Society website