Class of 2011 entrepreneur profiled in Rockland newspaper
Alumni , Areas of Study , Entrepreneurship , Entrepreneurship Society Stories | Aug 14, 2012 | Nicole Gesualdo
A co-founder of the Fordham Entrepreneurship Society and high-achieving 2011 Gabelli School of Business alumnus, Andrew Arcangel (GSB ’11), is the subject of a profile in today’s Rockland County Times, a daily newspaper serving the county northwest of New York City where Andrew was born and raised.
Click here to read the Times story.
Congratulations are in order for Andrew, who launched his own company, true athelite, a few weeks ago. It’s a sportswear business that creates high-tech clothing designed for serious athletes — and an enterprise for which he laid the groundwork right here at the Gabelli School. Andrew’s work led him to win the entrepreneurship prize at senior awards night right before his college graduation. He is now a graduate student in Columbia Business School’s prestigious master’s program.
We at Fordham give Andrew a big round of applause, not only for the official launch of his venture, but also for garnering some well-deserved attention from the press. Way to go!
For more information about the student Entrepreneurship Society that Andrew helped to create — and which thrives today as a brain trust for Fordham students who aspire to launch their own companies — click here.