Innovation

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The “Shelf Life” of Sustainable Competitive Advantage
The “Shelf Life” of Sustainable Competitive Advantage

What are we to do to avoid becoming part of the “Corporate Graveyard” of America? The question becomes to disrupt or be disrupted.

Written by Jackie KimzeyMarch 31
The Startup Journey: Phase 4
The Startup Journey: Phase 4

What’s the final phase of the entrepreneurial startup journey? Let's end with phase four – the innovative mindset!

Written by Jeremy VickersOctober 31
The Startup Journey – Phase 2
The Startup Journey – Phase 2

What’s the next phase of the entrepreneurial startup journey? Let's keep going with phase two – the idea to launch!

Written by Jeremy VickersOctober 13
The Startup Journey – Phase 1
The Startup Journey – Phase 1

What are the phases of the entrepreneurial startup journey? Let's start with phase one – theoretical development!

Written by Jeremy VickersOctober 7
The Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship Summer Program
The Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship Summer Program

This summer, the Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (IIE) and The Dallas Entrepreneur Center (DEC), partnered together to create the first annual Student Startup Accelerator. Read how the partnership benefitted students to win $2,500.

Written by Tara VornkahlSeptember 9
Evaluating an Idea for Feasibility — The Launch Continued
Evaluating an Idea for Feasibility — The Launch Continued

Jeremy Vickers continues to give business launch tips with part five in this blog series: Evaluating an Idea for Feasibility.

Written by Jeremy VickersJuly 21
Policentric Revolutionizes Democratic Participation
Policentric Revolutionizes Democratic Participation

Kamiar Kordi hopes to revolutionize politics by increasing awareness and connection between constituents and their representatives. In his interview, Kamiar shares how UT Dallas helped him reach for success and make a change.

Written by Kelsi EdwardsJuly 11
Evaluating an Idea for Feasibility — The Launch
Evaluating an Idea for Feasibility — The Launch

Jeremy Vickers continues to give tips on taking the big leap into starting a business with part four of Evaluating an Idea for Feasibility blog series.

Written by Jeremy VickersJuly 6
Evaluating an Idea for Feasibility – Business Legal Structures
Evaluating an Idea for Feasibility – Business Legal Structures

Jeremy Vickers continues his words of wisdom with part three of Evaluating an Idea for Feasibility, giving tips on taking the big leap into starting a business.

Written by Jeremy VickersJune 16
Evaluating an Idea for Feasibility – Part 2
Evaluating an Idea for Feasibility – Part 2

Jeremy Vickers continues his words of wisdom with part two of Evaluating an Idea for Feasibility, with tips on taking the big leap into starting a business.

Written by Jeremy VickersJune 8
Evaluating an Idea for Feasibility
Evaluating an Idea for Feasibility

Executive Director of Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Jeremy Vickers, has put together a list of steps to go through before starting a business. Let's start with the first four steps!

Written by Jeremy VickersMay 19
Introduction to Intellectual Property, Part 3 — Issues in Ownership
Introduction to Intellectual Property, Part 3 — Issues in Ownership

This concludes Jeremy Vicker's three part series on Intellectual Property basics. Use these nuggets of knowledge to help you pour through an IP strategy at your organization.

Written by Jeremy VickersMay 3
Introduction to Intellectual Property, Part 2 — Copyrights, Trademarks and Trade Secrets
Introduction to Intellectual Property, Part 2 — Copyrights, Trademarks and Trade Secrets

What is a trade secret and does it differ from a patent? The Director of Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Jeremy Vickers, gives the rundown from his experience working with startups, patent attorneys and university technology transfer offices.

Written by Jeremy VickersApril 21
Introduction to Intellectual Property, Part 1 — Patent Basics
Introduction to Intellectual Property, Part 1 — Patent Basics

Are patents necessary to protect intellectual property? The Director of Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Jeremy Vickers, gives the rundown from his experience working with startups, patent attorneys and university technology transfer offices.

Written by Jeremy VickersApril 19

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