The primary goal of the John F. Baugh Center for Entrepreneurship & Free Enterprise is to extend an arm of support to the local, national and global business community in such a way as to facilitate new business and further the goals of established businesses. The Baugh Center is committed to building our programs in ways that are both strategic and impactful. With that in mind, we are intentional to bring guest speakers to campus who will help us further promote our goals.
CONFESSIONS OF AN ENTREPRENEUR
A lunch-time speaker series bringing together successful, local entrepreneurs with an eclectic audience made up of Baylor students and faculty, community members and like-minded business owners. The goal of this series is two-fold: 1) to promote local business owners and 2) to show the audience that there is more than one path to successful entrepreneurship. It's a time to enjoy snacks and chats with local entrepreneurs who have taken the roads-less-traveled to achieve success.
During the Fall 2020 semester, Confessions of an Entrepreneur will look a little different. Since we are unable to bring business owners to campus, we will go out to business owners and conduct mini, on-site interviews.
To view videos of past Confessions of an Entrepreneurship speakers, please visit the Baylor Baugh Center YouTube page.
FREE ENTERPRISE FORUM
A speaker series bringing to campus academically, renowned guests who speak on a wide-range of topics varying from free enterprise and regulation to innovation and poverty.
Please check back for updated detail on virtual Free Entreprise Forum events.
To view videos of past Free Enterprise Forom speakers, please visit the Baylor Baugh Center YouTube page.
Girl Business is a partnership with the Business & Innovation LLC. The goal of the Girl Business speaker series is to expand the horizons of emerging women entrepreneurs by meeting and learning from successful women in business.