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Chris Kirby '14 presents in the 2014 Business Plan Competition
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Where Are They Now? Chris Kirby ’14

Chris Kirby ’14 is the creator of Ithaca Hummus and participant in the Pillsbury Business Plan Competition

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Where Are They Now? Robert Frisch, MBA ’13

Nolan alum and glamping pioneer Robert Frisch, MBA ’13 is co-founder and CEO of Firelight Camps.

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Contestants Cash In on a Case for Cannabis

Hospitality Pitch Deck Competition showcases marketable business ideas, polished presentations, expert feedback, and $5,000 in seed funding.

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Students Envision New Programs for “Workcation” Guests at Hospitality Hackathon

Students from across Cornell proposed new programs aimed at delivering exceptional experiences for the hotel guest of the future.

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Where Are They Now? Harsha L’Acqua, MMH ’14

Alumni are asked to share their journeys and recollections. Harsha L’Acqua, MMH ’14 is founder and CEO of Saira Hospitality.

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Where Are They Now? Marisa Sergi ’15 (CALS)

Marisa Sergi is a graduate of the Cornell Nolan School and affiliated with the Pillsbury Entrepreneurs in Residence Program.

Leland Pillsbury ’69, founder of the Pillsbury Institute
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Pillsbury Institute Celebrates 15th Anniversary, Asks Alumni: Where Are You Now?

In its 15 years, the Pillsbury Institute has come a long way. So, too, have its alumni. If you’re an alum, where are you now?

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Nolan School Entrepreneurs Shape Pandemic Challenges into Business Opportunities

The COVID-19 pandemic has challenged much of the hospitality sector, requiring businesses to pivot or get left behind. For some Cornell Peter and Stephanie Nolan School of Hotel Administration (Nolan […]

The Out Space team holds the winning $25,000 check.
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App connecting driveways with beachgoers wins hospitality business contest

Barge-deck restaurants and robotics startup for cooking kitchens among pitches presented during the 12th Cornell Hospitality Business Plan Competition.