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Albert Lepage Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation

The Albert Lepage Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation serves as a center for entrepreneurial activity at Tulane, as a center for knowledge about entrepreneurship in New Orleans, and as a center for innovation in the Gulf South and beyond.

The programs of the Lepage Center (including the Tulane Family Business Center, the Levy-Rosenblum Institute for Entrepreneurship, and staff and faculty at the A.B. Freeman School.

Cotton Candy and Conversation

Pranay Sakhrani, BSM 2021 What is “Cotton Candy and Conversation?” On October 27th the Tulane Family Business Center- with help from the Lepage Student Fellows- held a Outreach Event entitled “Cotton Candy and Conversation.” And yes, both the cotton candy and the conversations were quality. Read more...

The Lepage Center Is Buzzing

Oliver Martin, BSM/BA 2020 While working at the Lepage Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, I have been opened up to the vibrant entrepreneurial activity at Tulane. The Lepage Center is buzzing with hundreds of resources. The hardest part is choosing which one to pursue. Read more...

Sharing My Knowledge: Teaching Marketing Basics to Engineering Students

Jamie Katz, BSM 2018 Throughout my experience as a student preparing for exams, I have always been told, “you don’t truly understand the information unless you can teach it to a complete beginner.” Earlier this month, my marketing knowledge was put to this ultimate test. Read more...