The official webpage of the Entrepreneurship Lab is www.elab.nyc. Updated regularly, the website features information on upcoming events and activities, faculty and guests of honor, and useful resources for student entrepreneurs. It serves as a platform for students to register for events, and apply to become a Student Associate.
In addition to the official website, the eLab has secured the domain www.paceelab.com and is hosting it on an external web hosting server to provide an experimental development platform for students.PaceElab.com provides a platform for students to collaborate on projects and ideas. It will also provide web space for students to build mockups of their business websites.PaceElab.com will host a collaboration tool which will allow students to create profiles and interact with other students via forums. The site was designed and developed by student Javier Dutan, Lubin School of Business.
The eLab provides all Pace students and the public (interested in collaborating with Pace students) a platform to post entrepreneurial experience opportunities, business prospects, ideas, questions, suggestions and invitations. Additionally, businesses and professionals post job positions for Pace students. Students access the forum by visiting the eLab website under the ‘Forum’ tab.
The Entrepreneurship Lab has created a comprehensive database of resources essential for entrepreneurs. The resources range from accounting services to web designing services and business card printers to web hosting service providers. There are a total of 109 categories with total of 829 listings. This database is presented in a single page for easy to search A-Z format. It is regularly updated as more categories are identified.
- Laptops and Tablets
- Flat Screen TVs
- Canon Digital SLR Camera
- Epson Projector
- Microsoft Xbox 360 with Kinect
- ClearOne Conference Speaker Phone
- PrintersVideo Studio Equipment
- Software: Business Plan Pro, Microsoft Office, Adobe Design Premium Suite, Microsoft Publisher, Autodesk Product Design Suite 2013, ThemeForest, Intuit Quickbooks Pro, Final Cut Pro, Microsoft Visio, Adobe Premier Pro and Adobe eLearning Suite
- Oculus Rift Developer Kit 2
- Arduino Uno Ultimate Starter Kit
In March 2013, the Entrepreneurship Lab became the home of Pace University’s first 3D printer. 3D printing technology has become very popular among young entrepreneurs for its ability to create product prototypes at a low cost. Students can design products on a computer using AutoDesk Ultimate Product Suite, which is a modeling software available at the Entrepreneurship Lab, and use the printer to create the physical product.The MakerBot Replicator 2 has been put to use since its installation at the eLab, creating a number of sample products such as iPhone cases, nuts & bolts, and more. Pace students use the technology to create prototypes as well. For example, Jewel High is designing a shoe model for her business, while Javier Dutan is working on a unique type of business card. Additionally, eLab staff members are working on creating a replica of One Pace Plaza as well as other Pace mementos to use as gifts for guest speakers and panelists. This technology will encourage students to create prototypes for new products right here at Pace University. A Grant from the Verizon Thinkfinity Foundation funded the MakerBot 3D printer.
The eLab’s YouTube Channel was launched on September 26th 2012. The library of videos are built with original content featuring its guest speakers and events. The channel has over 300 videos with 48,000 views watched for over 300,000 minutes!
For more information, please visit our external websites: http://www.elab.nyc/