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This year marks the 10th Annual Forbes 30 Under 30, which honors 600 young entrepreneurs, activists, scientists and entertainers. Two Georgia State alums, Christian Zimmerman (B.B.A. ’15) and Nate Washington were selected to the Social Impact list for their company Qoins. Read their story in Forbes.
Georgia State’s Entrepreneurship and Innovation Institute (ENI) just launched applications for its 2nd annual
Main Street Entrepreneurs Seed Fund (MSESF). This business accelerator program recently received the
Award for Excellence in Specialty Entrepreneurship Education from the Global Consortium of Entrepreneurship Centers.
Georgia State’s Garima Sharma, Ph.D. recently won an ANDE-IDRC grant to study women-led ventures in Latin America and US. Sharma has received this grant in collaboration with several others. Read the full blog post for further details.
Umama Kibria (B.B.A. ’17) is the founder of Sweatpack, a fitness web app allows people to sign up for sports leagues or fitness classes with a group of friends or strangers. Kibria has participated in Atlanta Tech Village’s It Takes a Village, Georgia State University’s Main Street Entrepreneurs Seed Fund and Beyond the Game accelerators. Kibria is also a Forbes under 30 honoree and pitched at Venture Atlanta. Read the full story on Atlanta Inno.