Edose Ohen, who earned his MBA from the C. T. Bauer College of Business at the University of Houston in 2013, will open Houston’s first 24-hour gourmet doughnut café on August 29.
Bauer alumni Derek Shaw and Sam Wijnberg are opening The Nook Cafe on Calhoun this month.
Lisa Kuhfeldt (’07) was never hog wild about barbecue. It was either “too smoky or too fatty or too rich,” says the graduate of the C. T. Bauer College of Business at the University of Houston.
When Tina and Josh Zulu (’00 and ’02) finished the entrepreneurship program at the C.T. Bauer College of Business at the University of Houston, they didn’t just earn a degree. They left with a foundation for a business and a network to support it
Brooks Bassler’s father attended the University of Houston on a football scholarship and later started successful businesses in the housing, motel and energy industries. His mother grew up in Morgan City, La., in a family that knew how to stir up a good pot of gumbo. With his Maw Maw’
Back in 2008, Goodwill Industries of Houston was looking for a CFO who could wean the struggling non-profit off its contributed-income dependency and make it run like a business. Tony Van Slyke (MBA ‘91) was looking to expand his repertoire with a CFO position.