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Cornell student relates her experience helping a New Orleans startup during Entrepreneur Week
Cornell University master of business administration student Annie Keyes joined in the New Orleans Entrepreneur Week tradition of working on an MBA team to bolster one of the startups competing in business pitch contests at the festival and has reported on the experience in The Cornell Business Journal, writing, "New Orleans is about a lot more than Bourbon Street and voodoo legends."
The team from the Ithaca, New York, university helped a real estate photography company, originally called SNAP Real Estate Photography but now named IMOTO Photo, refine its strategies and practices. The program is called the IDEACorps.