Fall 2017 Business Model Competition
On December 1st, the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Institute (ENI) hosted its third semiannual Business Model Competition at the newly-opened Creative Media Industries Institute (CMII).
On October 10, the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Institute (ENI) at the J. Mack Robinson College of Business held their bi-annual Influential Speakers Series at Launch GSU. Georgia State University students gave a panther welcome to Sharmeen Hawkins, an Atlanta-based entrepreneur.
Kevin D. Johnson, CEO of Johnson Media Inc. and author of The Entrepreneur Mind, is no stranger to the world of entrepreneurship.
Students from ENI 3101 ended the semester on a high note, as they competed in teams against their peers at the biannual Business Model Competition on April 21.
Serial entrepreneur, author and master motivator Dr. William F. Pickard knows a thing or two about making big moves. In a 45-year-long career, Dr. Pickard has built a reputation as a savvy businessman and community leader through his success in the automotive industry and other business pursuits.
Hip-Hop recording artist Divine shared his entrepreneurial journey with students on Monday, March 1, 2017 as the first-ever featured speaker in Influential Speaker Series supported by Herman J. Russell Center.
Not often do students find a professor willing to push them to go the extra mile, while also going that extra mile themselves. Dr. Isabelle Monlouis did just that when she threw an external event just for ENI Students in her Entrepreneurial Thinking for Startups class.
VasoCorp, a company offering a patent-pending supplement for diabetic neuropathy, won the 2016 business plan competition held by the Herman J. Russell, Sr. International Center for Entrepreneurship.