School of Business

Reactomol is one of five promising UConn innovations vying for the grand prize of $20,000 in the Wolff New Venture Competition.

Startup Strives to Simplify Pharmaceutical Manufacturing, Reduce Toxic Waste

A molecular 'Wiffle Ball' that could add up to huge savings for the pharmaceutical industry

A person dressed as Santa Claus, standing in a warehouse. Pandemic-related supply chain issues have caused a shortage of popular consumer goods ahead of the 2021 holiday season.

Supply Chain Disruptions Create Shortages of Goods Just in Time for the Holidays

'If one link in the supply chain faces a severe problem, it can knock the whole system out of whack'

A group of surgeons operating on a patient.

Startup ‘InPrint Bio’ Offers Reconstructive Breakthrough After Breast Surgery

'As scientists, we want to address medical problems with viable solutions that can change people’s lives'

Elijah Taitel (above) showing off his creation, the ProVelcocity Bat. (contributed photo)

The Next Inning: Student’s Company Prepares to Sell New Iteration of Baseball-Training Invention

'Not too long ago I was tinkering with a wooden dowel and some PVC pipe, and now that product is being sold worldwide'

Alumni Couple Funds New Entrepreneurship Course to Help Hartford Start-Ups

'One of the things we want to do is give to something that builds'

Diverse group of business people meeting in office lobby with focus on young woman in wheelchair sharing ideas.

‘Propelling Change Forward’: School of Business’ Equity Series Tackles Compelling Workplace Topics

This year's Equity Now series will focus on racial and gender equity, voter disenfranchisement, and workplace privacy violations

The exterior of the Werth Tower building at dusk. David Bruno, resident venture builder at the Werth Institute, helps students become entrepreneurs.

Flash Cards and Food – Werth Institute’s F3 Entrepreneurs Launch Diverse Ventures in First Year of New Program

'At UConn, we are building the most accessible and inclusive entrepreneurial community'

Startup Offering Lifeline to Families Trying to Access Special Education Services

Engagement Solutions is one of five startups selected to compete in the School of Business’ pinnacle entrepreneurship challenge, the Wolff New Venture Competition

UConn Student Entrepreneur Sells her ‘QueenBee’ Supplement at Newest CT Whole Foods Market  

Sophomore Raina Jain's company is one of five startups participating in the Wolff New Venture Competition this fall

UConn School of Business Dean John Elliott speaking at a news conference in Hartford announcing a $2 million federal grant to assist minority-owned small businesses in Connecticut.

Development Center at UConn School of Business Will Assist Minority-Owned Firms

The federal grant is one of only four awarded nationwide