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This year’s TiE Atlanta competition, held at the GSU Buckhead Campus was split into two sections: a qualifying round and a final round. Out of the 22 businesses competing, three Georgia State students pitched their businesses in the qualifying round. Read all about it.
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.
Nate Hybl, restaurant creator and Georgia native worked for other restaurants for five years, starting in 2009, until he could launch the very first gusto! store in October of 2014. Since then, he has learned the hardships of entrepreneurship through scaling a small restaurant to a chain of locations all over the Metro Atlanta Area. Learn more.
The Atlanta Chapter of the Entrepreneur’s Organization (EO) held their annual competition for the Global Student Entrepreneur Awards (GSEA). This year, GSEA was once again formatted as a Livestream pitch competition where six finalists from universities across the country competed for a chance to win cash prizes and move onto the Global Finals later this year. GSU was a finalist – read more.
Georgia State University’s LaunchGSU incubator is among college campus’ empowering students to start their own businesses. Read the entire article in Atlanta Magazine here.
A new course offered in the Biomedical Enterprise master’s program in the Institute for Biomedical Sciences teaches students about scientific commercialization. Read about how an aspiring surgeon, Jalen Alford (M.I.S. ’21) wants to add entrepreneur to his list of career goals.
In this internship chronicle, Angela Praseuth a Computer Information Systems and Entrepreneurship student shares her experience as an intern while attending school. Her plans are to graduate in spring 2023 and pursue a career in consulting. Read about her experience.