The world’s top companies have emerged from college campuses. Everyone’s heard the stories of Facebook and Google, but the list doesn’t stop there. Take companies like Squarespace, Snapchat, Dropbox, Reddit, Warby Parker, Fedex, Insomnia Cookies, Dell, and Rent The Runway — all of them were started at various universities while the founders were students.
Student entrepreneurship is very much alive in schools across the map. It’s fueled by strong ecosystems where capital, culture, and resources are abundant and synchronized.
There have been a number of venture funds launched in the last decade that invest exclusively in student startups. …
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