Student Entrepreneurs Tackle COVID-19 Challenges

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Student Entrepreneurs Tackle COVID-19 Challenges

In the midst of a global pandemic, MBA students team up to launch ventures to help those most in need.
June 29, 2020

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They may have been stuck at home and taking virtual classes, but Stanford Graduate School of Business MBA students took action in response to the coronavirus pandemic by creating new businesses, networks, and nonprofits aimed at supporting the people hardest hit by COVID-19.

We reached out to a number of students to hear more about the ventures they built in a matter of weeks. Here are their stories:

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Luke

 
 

Emily

 
 

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Christina

 
 

Susannah

 
 

— Allison Felt

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