The Entrepreneurship and Innovation Institute in collaboration with Business RadioX, launched an on-campus radio show which features Georgia State faculty, staff, students and alumni stories showcasing Georgia State’s impact on Atlanta’s business community.
In one of the nation’s most enterprising cities, Georgia State’s Entrepreneurship & Innovation Institute has teamed up with The Marcus Foundation to fund, mentor and develop 21 new businesses. Working in industries that range from recycling and logistics to art production and music management, they all have a story. (As published in GSU Magazine Spring 2020 Issue)
For Roxanne Russell (Ph.D. ’11), obtaining a patent was a priority to protect her intellectual property within the highly competitive ed-tech industry – not to mention that it runs in her family – her grandfather and her father were both patent holders.
The Atlanta Journal Constitution shares how through participation in Georgia State’s Main Street Entrepreneurs Seed Fund, ArtzyBella founder, Ashley Daramola (B.I.S. ’10) wins $10,000 to develop “BellaBox” art therapy kit.