Pacific Northwest Educators of Entrepreneurship Leaders (PNWEEL), acronym pronounced “pin-wheel.”
Links to Entrepreneurial Stakeholders
Q1: What is a stakeholder?
A1: A stakeholder in a person’s or a corporate entity’s new idea, product, service, or business is an individual or group of individuals with an interest in the decisions being made thereof. Therefore, stakeholders are critical to the financial stability, survival, and sustainability of a company owner or corporation and are both internal (e.g., employees and shareholders) and external (e.g., customers, government, industry regulators, suppliers, and community).
- Like-Minded People
- Local Partners
- Washington State University Voiland College’s School of Chemical Engineering and Bioengineering
- Whitworth University’s School of Global Commerce and Management
- Gonzaga University’s Hogan Entrepreneurial Leadership Program
- Eastern Washington University’s College of Social Sciences Interdisciplinary Studies Program
- Eastern Washington University’s Continuing Education Outreach Program
- Eastern Washington University’s High School Programs
- Spokane Community College’s Avista Entrepreneurship Program
- Spokane County local high school districts’ students and Running Start Program students
- National Partners
- International Partners
- EWU CFE: Run by Staff/Faculty for connectivity in community outreach to the wider society, which supports its efforts through volunteerism in the Eagle’s Nest Pitch Competition workshop activities and events and through participation in the nomination/self-nomination of categorical winners of awards and honors during the Celebration of Entrepreneurship fundraising gala.
- EWU TCA: Run by Staff/Faculty for creative technology transfer via licensing of student team-led rapid technology development of innovations to stimulate economic growth
- EWU CEO Club: Run by Students for their contribution to the holistic entrepreneurial/intrapreneurial experiences of students