KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Students need to know more than business theory to ace an entrepreneurship program at the University of Missouri-Kansas City.
They need to actually start a business with the potential for expansion.
Seven students are marketing an implantable wireless monitoring service for dog owners and their veterinarians. Two students are automating work for attorneys. One student is creating a web service for businesses to create, share and complete forms.
This spring, those students were among 32 who were part of the first class graduating from the E Scholars Program run through the university's Henry W. Bloch School's Institute for Entrepreneurship and Innovation. Henry Bloch, co-founder of tax preparation company H&R Block, was part of the clapping crowd.
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