When the pandemic hit and many businesses moved online to mitigate the loss of in-person clientele, USC alumnus Jordan Banafsheha knew it was time to start the online advertising agency he had dreamed about. Despite the negatives of the new pandemic world, he said he was provided with a surprising opportunity: a niche for entrepreneurship. […]
The Marshall Center for Global Innovation hosted the conference in Culver City.
Andrew Park operates the Chick-fil-A located on Figueroa Street next to the Coliseum.
Michelle Wolzinger owns and leads “Radiant Roots,” a cosmetic start-up company.
GreenBox Grown allows consumers to grow their own medical marijuana.
Lemonade Day USC meets with grade schoolers to teach them entrepreneurial skills.
Packup lets users inform the people around them about their availability.
Members of the Dornsife College Office of Diversity created a virtual food pantry to help students facing food insecurity.
The Marshall graduate and professional athlete Bob Wheatley developed “I AM.”
The app aims to help users spend a healthy amount of time on their smartphones.