Professional MBA students competed to take a start-up business — owned by an alum — to the next level.
The undergraduate course, ENI 3102: Product Service Design for New Ventures, focuses on designing a product-service to create a profitable company based on customer demand. Students engage in hands-on team activities to discover customer demand, and satisfy that demand by designing and testing their own concepts.
The final round of the TYE University Entrepreneurship Competition took place at the largest technology conference dedicated to furthering entrepreneurship, TiECON Southeastern Conference 2017. The conference brings together over 50,000 entrepreneurs and professionals.
Students from ENI 3101 ended the semester on a high note, as they competed in teams against their peers at the biannual Business Model Competition on April 21.
New digital marketing techniques offer businesses an endless list of options for promoting products and services. Recently, the Entrepreneurship & Innovation Institute teamed up with General Assembly to host a short course on the latest and greatest strategies in new age marketing.
The Entrepreneurship and Innovation Institute partnered with Georgia State’s WomenLead program and the Honors College to present Women, Technology, Science and Entrepreneurship. The event included a panel discussion, small-group breakout sessions, and a networking desert reception that aimed to encourage more young women to explore and pursue businesses in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics).
Serial entrepreneur, author and master motivator Dr. William F. Pickard knows a thing or two about making big moves. In a forty-five year-long career, Dr. Pickard has built a reputation as a savvy businessman and community leader through his success in the automotive industry and other business pursuits.
Students interested in UX design gathered in the new Launch GSU facilities in another installation of ENI Live series, hosted by the Entrepreneurship & Innovation Institute at J. Mack Robinson College of Business.
Hip-Hop recording artist Divine shared his entrepreneurial journey with students on Monday, March 1, 2017 as the first-ever featured speaker in Influential Speaker Series supported by Herman J. Russell Center.
A pitch can easily be the deciding factor between the success or failure of a startup. Students from several Greater Atlanta universities spent a full day perfecting their pitches for TiE Atlanta’s TYE-U Entrepreneurship Competition qualifying round for a chance to get closer to winning up to $20,000 in funding for their startup.