Ask this question of yourself and you will respond "yes"…CVE does all of that by delivering value to its sponsors and developing the next generation of insightful business leaders who search in their careers for innovative opportunities.
The University of Minnesota's Carlson School of Management continually invests in this impactful full-time MBA program, the Carlson Ventures Enterprise:
- CVE Mission: to provide students with a unique educational experience while supporting client sponsors with strategic advice.
- Through coursework and real-world experience, Ventures associates learn to: understand customer needs and compelling market factors; collaborate creatively to develop and test innovative solutions; and provide critical recommendations to clients.
- CVE Goal: to provide critical thinking and doing skills necessary for a career in entrepreneurship, social enterprise, business development, venture capital, or corporate strategy.
Passionate about our experiences as CVE alumni, this fundraising campaign benefits the on-going work of CVE to inspire and grow the program. Join us anytime...but especially between Give to the Max Day and year-end. Thanks in advance for your financial contributions!
CVE Board of Advisors: Gregg Forsberg (2004), James Craig (2005), Chris Goralski (2006), Diana Flotten (2007), Adrienne Peirce (2008), Alex Haley (2009), Kari Niedfeldt-Thomas (2010), Ryan Petz (2010), Thompson Aderinkomi (2011), Mike Robinson (2014), Tim O'Neil (2015), & Elise Maxwell (2016)
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