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University of California-Berkley

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The The Lester Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation at University of California-Berkeley is a specialized university program and curriculum focused on the study of entrepreneurship and business creation.

About the program

The Lester Center fosters teaching of successful entrepreneurship and innovation, encourages Berkeley students in the creation of new businesses, creates and disseminates knowledge on entrepreneurship and entrepreneurial finance to the business and university communities, facilitates interaction between the entrepreneurial community and the university, seeks collaborations and partnerships in support of its goals.



The Lester Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation
University of California-Berkeley
Walter A. Haas School of Business #1930
Berkeley, California 94720-1930

Phone: 510-642-4255
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://entrepreneurship.berkeley.edu/main/index.html

See also

This University Entrepreneurship Program Entry is part of the SmallBusiness.com Local Project, an open and collaborative effort to collect and organize information about doing business in U.S. states and localities (and later, other countries). Find more entrepreneurship programs at the University Entrepreneurship Programs Hub. Visit the SmallBusiness.com Local Project entry to learn more about the project