UT Entrepreneurship students have the opportunity to engage and learn from the center’s strategic partners such as the H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Research Center through unique programs and competitions.
Those in the entrepreneurship program provide a great field for employers to seek talented students as their knowledge base must cover all the functions of running a business and typically have more aptitude for leadership. If your organization would like to make an internship opportunity available for UT students, contact Dean Koutromanis, associate professor of management and entrepreneurship, at email@example.com.
Guest Speaker Requests
We are always looking for experienced business owners who are willing to share their knowledge with the next generation of entrepreneurs. If you would like to discuss potential visits to speak please contact Rebecca White at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Entrepreneurial Ecosystems Made Possible by the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation
The field of entrepreneurship research has primarily focused on the individual, not the supporting ecosystem. The Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater area has been proven to support new venture, but our community needs to know what we can do to improve. This academic study of the entrepreneurial ecosystem hopes to provide pragmatic answers to improving our business environment. Lead by UT's Rebecca White, the collaborative research team of five, which included members from Indiana University, American University and the London School of Economics, presented their findings on Nov. 15, 2016. Find links to the executive summary and the presentation.
The University of Tampa offers tremendous opportunity to get assistance with developing your business. Many classes require real case studies and assigns entire classrooms with the goal of making improvements to the operations and strategy of your business. Visit the Naimoli Institute for Business Strategy for more information.