In cooperation with tech incubator 1871, and as part of the 1871 diversity program, Loyola faculty provided valuable advice and resources for select 1871 startup companies during a 10-week Mentoring Program. To celebrate the completion of program, the Office of Corporate Engagement and the Quinlan School of Business hosted a reception to meet the start-up’s and celebrate their success.
1871 has been named a "top performing business incubator in the North American region," by a Swedish business incubator research group, UBI Global.
Chicagoland Small Business Economic Outlook survey
Loyola University Quinlan School of Business Graduate Marketing students connected with the Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce to promote the second Chicagoland Small Business Economic Outlook Survey. The Chicagoland Small Business Economic Outlook survey is intended to consolidate and provide information pertinent to small business growth in the local area.
LUC @ 1871
Loyola University Chicago maintains a working suite at 1871, fostering student entrepreneurial endeavors and faculty mentorship.
Crain's Small Business Week
Crain's Small Business Week brought a paneled discussion to Loyola University Chicago's Water Tower Campus.
The Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce & Quinlan
The Office of Corporate Engagement welcomed staff members from the Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce to Dr. Phillips' graduate level marketing class. This new partnership will help the Chamber improve their small business development programming.
Trustee expands her relationship with Loyola
Trustee Jackie Taylor Holsten announced the expansion of her internship program, the Holsten Scholars program, at the first annual luncheon on December 12, 2014.