College students struggle with
organizing their life in a way that
prioritizes their short-, medium- and
long-term goals simultaneously
Nspire helps college students hold
themselves accountable for any
goal they may have
by offering our user base a wider
variety of in-app tools, features
College students ages 18-24
Coach.me, Strides, GoalLoop
USE OF FUNDS
60% marketing, 30% product
development, 10% R&D
How has Georgia State supported you as an entrepreneur?
Georgia State has made such a positive impact on my entrepreneurial journey. Being a student entrepreneur isn’t easy, but GSU has provided many resources and opportunities that help create so much momentum for startups. Thanks to GSU, we’ve participated in pitch competitions, been awarded seed funding, received mentorship and connected with a diverse group people who are all supportive and willing to help us as we continue to grow.
What does entrepreneurship mean to you?
Entrepreneurship means having ambition and being disciplined enough to turn your ambition into a revenue-generating business that offers value.
Why did you launch your company?
We first launched the company so we could offer people incentives for doing the things they knew they should be doing. We had a good idea, and we wanted to turn it into a long-term business.
What advice can you offer to other entrepreneurs?
Always be willing to put yourself in uncomfortable situations, and be prepared to make pivots during your journey.
What inspired the idea behind your company?
It was freshman year, and I was in microeconomics class. We were discussing the importance of incentives in the economy, and I thought that it would be cool to reward people for doing the things they knew they should be doing, like exercising and reading more.