Kim Dvorak CFO, ReInhabit – My son has been talking a lot about the business venture class. Since the whole class is participating as one company to sell jewelry, I want to work in partnership with what they are learning in class. I told our son about the wholesale district in LA and how much stuff they have there for making jewelry. I would like to take them to some stores so they can get ideas on things to sell, pricing and competition.
I graduated 25 years ago when the Entrepreneur Program was in its beginning stage at USC. It’s grown to its full potential and I love the idea that you have brought this thought process down to younger ages…just brilliant!
I explained to them that it doesn’t matter the “widget”, all businesses will follow the same model they are doing in class.
Once you experience something the learning process can really take hold and develop.