Seniors share entrepreneurial experiences with campus community
The Spring 2012 Entrepreneurship Speaker Series Panel Discussion will feature three Penn State Berks seniors, who will discuss their entrepreneurial experiences. It is scheduled for Monday, April 9, 2012, at 1 p.m. in room 5, Luerssen Building. This event is open to the campus community and light refreshments will be served.
The panel will include Business majors Brad Diehl, who founded Real Diehl Entertainment, a sole proprietorship that provides portable DJ entertainment for private and public events; Alex Gingold, who founded Keystone Amusements, LLC, which specializes in vending and amusements; and Tim Heiler, who has a double major in Business and Electro-Mechanical Engineering Technology major. Heiler opened a branch of BrainCraft, Inc., an agency that builds custom, desk-top computers, optimized for the user's needs.
Each semester, the Engineering Entrepreneurship program, whose mission is to provide an interdisciplinary minor that fosters entrepreneurial creativity and leadership throughout Penn State Berks and its service area, hosts a Speaker Series, featuring panel discussions and invited guests.
For more information on the Spring 2012 Entrepreneurship Speaker Series, contact Dr. Jui-Chi Huang, Assistant Professor of Economics, at JXH74@psu.edu.