E-House is so much more than a residence hall. Provided in collaboration between University Housing at Georgia State University and the Entrepreneurship & Innovation Institute (ENI) at the J. Mack Robinson College of Business, the community offers undergraduate students not only a dormitory but also an environment that encourages them to act on their entrepreneurial… more »
Four ENI students placed in the top five at the Atlanta Startup Battle.
Three ENI students won prizes at Clayton State University’s recent Personal Elevator Pitch Competition.
Chaz Jenkins, a Robinson MBA student and graduate assistant with the Entrepreneurship & Innovation Institute, received a $2,500 scholarship from the National Black MBA Association.
The fall 2016 uVenture Challenge has wrapped up after a long month of hard work and, hopefully, growth among participants. The business model building competition began late September and after four grueling weeks, the winners have been chosen.
The latest uVenture Challenge, entitled uVenture Social Challenge, has kicked off with nearly 100 students registered to participate in the month-long business model design competition.
Congrats to Georgia State University student Robert Hatcher for winning first place in Clayton State University’s elevator pitch competition!
The Entrepreneurship & Innovation Institute, housed within the J. Mack Robinson College of Business at Georgia State University, recently hosted the Metro Atlanta Chamber’s quarterly Innovation & Entrepreneurship Advisory Committee meeting. The committee comprises senior leaders in the metro Atlanta area who share the goal of nurturing an entrepreneurial ecosystem between major corporations, mid-size companies, start-ups and universities to drive innovation.
This fall, the Entrepreneurship & Innovation Institute (ENI) at Georgia State University will launch E-House Learning Community, an on-campus housing program that will allow students with entrepreneurial ambitions to live in the same space.
The real estate powerhouse behind our upcoming u-Venture Challenge is changing the lives of her tenants, one apartment complex at a time.