We are here to help you make the networking connections in the Princeton ecosystem that you need to make your entrepreneurial project a success.
TigerTalks in the City is a quarterly panel discussion that focuses on an entrepreneurial topic and brings together Princeton faculty and alumni to share insights from applied research, startup, and investment perspectives. The events feature a panel discussion and audience Q&A followed by a networking reception for Princeton alumni, guests, and students.
The Princeton Entrepreneurs’ Network (“PEN”) is a global network of over 10,000 Princeton alumni, students, and faculty who share a passion for Princeton. PEN has chapters in NYC, Boston, and Silicon Valley and have an annual Startup Competition & Conference at Reunions.
The Corporate Engagement and Foundation Relations team builds collaborations with companies and foundations to support strategic, catalytic, and capacity-building programs and research across all academic areas. CEFR is part of the Office of the Dean for Research.
Founded in 1999, the Princeton Entrepreneurship Club (E-Club) is an entirely student-run organization which aims to foster student entrepreneurship at Princeton. We have 14 teams with impact campus-wide and beyond with the aim of catalyzing entrepreneurial activity among students of all backgrounds. As the largest club on campus, we have over 200 active officers and reach more than 1600 students on campus through our events.