The Leland C. and Mary M. Pillsbury Institute for Hospitality Entrepreneurship engages leading industry experts and faculty to educate students and provide them with experiential opportunities to learn all aspects of entrepreneurship. To support these critical goals, the Pillsbury Institute offers students, entrepreneurs, and faculty an expanding range of courses, programs, and activities focused on advancing students’ entrepreneurship knowledge and mastery.
"Welcome to the Leland C. and Mary M. Pillsbury Institute for Hospitality Entrepreneurship (PIHE)! For more than a decade, PIHE has been the home of entrepreneurship activity at Cornell’s School of Hotel Administration (SHA) and a vital voice for all issues affecting entrepreneurship at Cornell and within the hospitality industry." Read More
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March 9, 2021
Volery Capital Recognized in ImpactAssets 50
Volery Capital was selected as one of 41 outstanding emerging impact investment managers demonstrating positive social, environmental, and financial impact.
Featuring Danny Stein ’92, Managing Partner
February 24, 2021
This Tech Firm Is Using The Pandemic Pause to Help Hotels Be Smarter About Setting Room Rates
IDeaS is one of the largest revenue management software makers for hotels.
January 29, 2021
An Incredible New Boutique Hotel Is Opening in Nantucket — and the Story That Inspired It Is Seriously Charming
Featuring Jason Brown ’05, Partner, Blue Flag Partners, LLC
Canlis restaurant owners practice flexibility to thrive and flourish during pandemic.
Participants from around the world gathered virtually for the Center for Hospitality Research’s 11th Annual Sustainability Roundtable to discuss sustainability in the era of COVID-19.