Wells College's Sullivan Center for Business and Entrepreneurship presents the Entrepreneur Week Keynote Speaker, Miki Agrawal, for a talk titled "Do Cool Sh*t." Miki is a seriously cool, seriously successful young social entrepreneur. In her #1 Amazon bestseller, Do Cool Sh*t: Quit Your Day Job, Start Your Own Business, and Live Happily Ever After, she inspires us to do as she did: be bold, follow your intuition, and live your success.
For her successful ventures, including WILD, Super Sprowtz, and THINX, Agrawal was named one of Forbes’ Top 20 Millennials on a Mission. THINX recently won the Daily Grommet Challenge and was nominated for Good Housekeeping’s Very Innovative Product (VIP) of 2014 Award.
Miki received the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival’s Disruptive Innovation Award. She has spoken at the United Nations, TEDx, Sustainability Summit, Women’s Collaborative, Cornell Entrepreneurship Conference, and Google. Agrawal has been featured prominently in the media, including on ABC, the Food Network, and in The New York Times. She is an active member of top change-maker organizations such as Forbes Women, Tribeca Film Festival, and Nexus Summit. She is a former professional soccer player. A dynamic speaker, she offers valuable advice on growing a business and living a better life.
Wells would like to acknowledge Entrepreneur Week’s sponsors: Wells College Class of 1961, the Sullivan Center for Business & Entrepreneurship, and The Center for Sustainability and the Environment.
Students who attend the speaking events and the Business Idea Competition will be eligible for raffles that include a flat screen TV, iPad, MacBook, tablets, Kindles, gift cards, and more.