Compete Less, Star More

by Peter Jackson

The “Superman Theory” is a metaphorical way to look at competitive advantage. In the comic book context, Superman and Kal-El are exactly the same person. The only difference is environment. […]

Game On: Luna Lights Heads to Cupid’s Cup

by The Garage

Many of today’s most successful startups begin with something simple: a problem. And, as we’ve heard from other entrepreneurial superstars at Family Dinner, founders must be committed to that problem. […]

The Garage Sets Sail: Marc Gyongyosi’s Summit at Sea

by Marc Gyongyosi

How do you get 3,000 of the world’s most prominent thought and industry leaders to talk to each other face to face? Simple: put them on a boat and ship […]

Family Dinner: Jai Shekhawat

by The Garage

Last week at The Garage’s weekly Family Dinner, we were super excited to welcome Jai Shekhawat, a Kellogg School of Management (‘96) alum and founder of Fieldglass, to meet with […]

The Garage Sweeps the Competition at Shark Tank Pitch Night

by The Garage

Eight student founded startup teams went head to head in a Shark Tank style pitch competition held by the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern. Inspired by the hit ABC […]

Nanotechnology’s Identity Crisis

by Samir Mayekar, Cary Hayner, Joshua Lau, & James McKinney

This article was written for The Magazine by Samir Mayekar, Cary Hayner, Joshua Lau, and James McKinney. Nanotechnology is in the midst of an identity crisis. While researchers believe moving […]

EIR Spotlight: Hayes Ferguson

by The Garage

The Garage is not only home to more than 60 Resident Teams, made up of students working on their startups, but four Entrepreneurs-In-Residence. EIRs spend their time working in our […]

Family Dinner: Andy Friedman of SkinnyPop

by The Garage

What’s one of the best parts about being a Resident at The Garage at Northwestern? Well, besides the access to resources, mentorship, and The Garage’s network, the answer is easy. […]

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