By Stephanie Scott
Photos by Deniece Griffin
The Entrepreneurship and Innovation Institute opened its doors to entrepreneurship students for the Major/Minor Meetup. Students gathered for lunch and had the opportunity to meet fellow Pantherpreneurs, ENI faculty and staff. Some students shared their business plans and were able to receive feedback from Professors on the spot. Some of ENI’s faculty in attendance included; Dr. Geoffrey Graybeal who teaches ENI 3101: Entrepreneurial Thinking and ENI 3102: Product-Service Design for New Ventures, Ken Mathis who teaches ENI 4100: Scaling A New Venture and ENI 4201: Startup Incubation, and Ben Lawrence who teaches HADM 3770: Fundamentals of Franchising Entrepreneurship.
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