Eater Atlanta Magazine’s list of essential coffee shops is out and guess who made the list? Buzz Coffee and Winehouse is a Main Street Entrepreneurs Seed Fund company from cohort 2 with Tremayne Perry, founder/owner at the helm. This community focused establishment serves coffee, pastries and cocktails, later in the day. Read more.
MSESF Cohort 2 winner Regess Marshall (B.B.A. ’10, MBA ’19) has charted her education and entrepreneurial efforts around creating diverse, inclusive environments in the workplace, in the video game industry and in karaoke. Read more.
Georgia State University’s Entrepreneurship and Innovation Institute (ENI) has selected a diverse group of founders and innovative companies for the third cohort of its Main Street Entrepreneurs Seed Fund. Learn who made the list.
Alaina Percival (B.I.S. ’02, MBA ’08), the CEO and co-founder of Women Who Code, a global nonprofit that works to support women in the technology industry and an executive in residence at Georgia State University’s J. Mack Robinson College of Business, encouraged Georgia State students and alumni who have chosen technology as their career path to stay the course during a recent (March 23) virtual lunchtime conversation. Read the recap.