Columbia Launches Business Lab for Entrepreneurs

New lab to provide work space and other support for recent Columbia MBA grads

Columbia Business School has announced the launch of the "Columbia Business Lab," which aims to help Columbia MBA graduates launch successful new ventures.

The lab, which is located in the New York City neighborhood of Soho, will provide co-working space and other resources as well as host guest speakers and other events. According to the Columbia Business Lab's website, the lab's "goal is to provide Columbia Business School?s most promising entrepreneurs with a strong ecosystem in which to successfully grow their businesses upon graduation."

The lab will be available to recent Columbia MBA graduates who are trying to launch new business ventures. In its first year, the lab is scheduled to host 21 new venture projects, including an artisan tequila brand, an indie music website, and an anti-hangover electrolyte drink manufacturer.

For more information, please see the Columbia press release announcing the launch of the lab.

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