Understory Includes Interns for More Sustainable Business
Last fall, Understory a global platform that helps organizations use technology and innovation to make our world more sustainable. They reached out to Georgia State University for an intern and found Brittany Duong Le.
#ENISenior2020: Navabi Yazdan
Graduating with a bachelor’s degree in entrepreneurship, Yazdan Navabi has had many opportunities outside of Georgia State University to learn new skillsets. He has had an apprenticeship with Mercedes-Benz USA, an internship with Microsoft Redmond Campus and Panthers in the Valley. Read more about his journey.
SweatPack founder Umama Kibria looks forward to new age of fitness
Atlanta Business Journal’s AtlantaInno features short columns on startup founders in Atlanta’s tech ecosystem. Umama Kibria (B.B.A.’17) is the founder and CEO of SweatPack, a fitness web app that allows people to sign up for sports leagues and fitness classes with a group of friends or strangers.
Start It Up Georgia Makes GSU Alum READI for Growth
When Elissa Russell (M.Ed.’20), founder of READI Consulting applied for the Start It Up Georgia program offered at Atlanta Tech Village, she had no idea that she would be one of over 700 to be accepted into the popular 12-week program. Read the entire story and learn what else Elissa received.
Making the World Better by Reducing Waste
COVID-19 is what helped blossom our idea. My co-founder and I have been in the recycling space for some time and realized that since everyone at home due to the virus, one thing would remain constant — waste. After researching, we found that people were actually generating even more waste due to being home! Read the full story.
It’s Never Too Late to Start
Janessa Hastings is a nontraditional student who’s pursuing a Bachelor of Business Administration at the Robinson College of Business at Georgia State after years in the workplace. Hastings was also recently selected as a Frances Wood Wilson Foundation Scholar. Read her entire story.
From Passion Project to Profit
Georgia State has played a major role in sculpting both myself and my business. I would’ve never thought to market LashPlay to nonprofits or women who are suffering from hair loss. Being a part of the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies has changed my mindset. Read more of the story.
Connecting Students to the Power of Language is Key
K2thaL is an innovative and comprehensive linguistics language arts learning system that uses performing arts, particularly, music, dance, lyricism, and theater as strategies to teach Pre-K through 8th grade students all about the field of Linguistics, which is the science of language. Click to read more about this notable teaching method created by Benjamin R. Moore III.
From Idea to MVP is now a Three-part Video Series
On Wednesday, July 15th, the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Institute (ENI) hosted “From Idea to MVP,” where we were joined by Michael Sengbusch, the CEO and Co-Founder of Eletype.