Mogul in the Making
Kash Molwani (B.B.A. ’17) taught himself English by reading the dictionary. Now, the Schwarzman Scholar has his sights set on owning a media company.
Our mission is to bring community and family together to create memories and picture-perfect moments over our quality bubble tea and matcha. We’re all about hand-crafting and customizing our tea to our customer’s liking.
I think there’s a lot of power in designing and enhancing immersive experiences. With that, there is potential but also potential for risk. We have to proceed with caution. Just the fact that even VR seems to be yielding the same results as real-life experiences is telling.
Envolve Entrepreneurship partnered with the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Institute at Georgia State University to host the 2018 Envolve Award USA on June 20, 2019 in Atlanta, Georgia. The event was an awards luncheon and fireside chat with some of Atlanta’s burgeoning entrepreneurs, which also included the announcement of the 2018 region winners.
As far as VR, I transferred to Georgia State from the University of South Carolina in Columbia. I started working with a tech incubator in SC and became more involved. I was able to see the first and second development kit for the Oculus. This was the first time I had even heard of this technology, or even saw it in real life.
It was a spur of the moment switch. My advisor brought up the program to me. At the time, I was a Computer Information Systems (CIS) major, and after taking my first computer programming class, I quickly realized that wasn’t for me. That’s when she shared the option of the Entrepreneurship Major with me that had just become available.
On April 23, 2019, three Georgia State Students were selected to compete in the Women in Construction, Engineering, and Related Services (WISERS) “Big Ideas for a Bright Future” Pitch Competition. This pitch competition providing a platform for aspiring female entrepreneurs was part of the fifth annual WICERS conference held at the W Midtown in Atlanta, Georgia.
Nominees represent one of 11 categories: B2B Technology and Software, B2C/C2C and Creative Content just to name a few. Davis was recognized in the “Government, Advocacy & Education” category among Barry Etra of RAISE Forum, GreenPrint, Stablegood Hospitality LLC and Tammy Carson of Flatiron School.
Amyn Sadruddin (B.S. ’14), executive director of TiE Atlanta addressed CEO members at the final weekly speaker gathering this Spring semester. Basing his knowledge on years of experience, Sadruddin shared two key takeaways to some 15 students that April morning.
The Women in Entrepreneurship event welcomed an esteemed panel of female entrepreneurs to Georgia State campus Tuesday evening as a collaboration between the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Institute, WomenLead and Honors College.