Entrepreneurship is a lifelong process. It is about creating new ventures, new products, and new methods. It’s also concerned with creative ways for social issues, and novel approaches to delivering needed services.
We support entrepreneurial efforts on all fronts, from venture start-ups to home-based businesses, from entrepreneurial non-profits to entrepreneurial teaching. The Falcone Center cultivates entrepreneurial ways of thinking into all its programs and services and in everyone who walks through its doors. Through a variety of entrepreneurship programs aimed at fostering new ventures, we are leading the charge in the entrepreneurial revolution.
Focused, intense, and packed with useful material, Entrepreneurs Bootcamp is tailored to aspiring entrepreneurs in the Syracuse area.
The NYC Entrepreneurship Bootcamp is designed for Syracuse University alumni who are thinking about starting a business or who have recently founded a company. This program will help you discover your innate entrepreneurial potential, giving you a set of tools and perspective to capitalize on that potential and help launch your career.
The Orange Entrepreneur of the Year Award will recognize the outstanding entrepreneurs who have graduated from the Whitman School of Management at Syracuse University and will highlight their success. This individual will be recognized at the annual Holtz Alumni Awards in April, a celebration that recognizes outstanding alumni, faculty and staff.
The Orange Tank is a Shark Tank-style competition held over Orange Central Homecoming Weekend. Current students and alumni entrepreneurs from the Whitman School of Management can enter to win a chance to pitch their business idea to a panel of judges and ultimately win a cash prize.
Offering cutting edge, experiential training in entrepreneurship and small business management as a post-9/11 veteran with disabilities resulting from service to our country, the Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans with Disabilities is designed to open the door to business ownership.
This program helps foster economic empowerment for the South Side neighborhood in the city of Syracuse.
A community based microenterprise incubator, the SSIC provides office space and equipment to foster the creation of new ventures and help existing businesses grow.
Supporting new and existing food entrepreneurs with training and guidance to commercialize home recipes, participants receive training in business planning and market research, among others.
The Syracuse Technology Entrepreneurship Conference helps to facilitate the commercialization of faculty and graduate student developed research and technologies.
Empowering women to move forward in the innovation, growth, and development of their business ventures, this is an exciting resource for women entrepreneurs at all stages of business development.