Welcome to Season 3
With support from the Princeton entrepreneurial ecosystem, this team of student entrepreneurs built a company that disrupted the college tour industry and enabled more lower-income prospective students to access more colleges across the nation. This season of the Princeton Spark podcast will focus on Adora, a uniquely Princeton story of a startup that found opportunity even in a global pandemic and achieved a dream exit.
Adora: From zero to product
Aug 3, 2022 • 00:19:27
Our season-long series on Adora Experiences continues. In this episode, we’ll answer the question: how can students take a business from zero to product to multiple enterprise customers? The PrincetonContinue readingAdora: A Uniquely Princeton Story
Adora: Edtech vs. the Pandemic
Jul 8, 2022 • 00:13:33
How Adora, universities, and admissions offices (including Princeton’s) were upended due to the pandemic and needed to respond in real-time. Orange Key tours at Princeton’s Office of Admission Adora ExperiencesContinue readingAdora: A Uniquely Princeton Story
Adora: Enter Joseph
Jun 22, 2022 • 00:09:41
With Joseph Rubin ’22 on board, Adora brought the pieces together to make a “real thing”.
Adora: Enter Raya
Jun 7, 2022 • 00:14:21
Season 3, Episode 2 No entrepreneur truly goes it alone. When Ron Miasnik ’22 needed someone to help realize a vision of better campus tours, he turned to his goodContinue readingAdora: A Uniquely Princeton Story
Welcome to the Princeton Spark
The Princeton Spark is a podcast of stories of Entrepreneurship the Princeton Way, produced by the Princeton Entrepreneurship Council.
In the first seasons of the Princeton Spark, we talked about what it takes to succeed in entrepreneurship from experienced Princeton startup founders, investors, and mentors. We hope these episodes help YOU on your entrepreneurial journey.
The Princeton Spark is available wherever you listen to podcasts.
The mission of the Princeton Entrepreneurship Council is to engage the Princeton entrepreneurial ecosystem through educational programming, mentoring and funding.
PEC is part of the Office of the Dean for Research and a Princeton Innovation partner.