Join us as the next generation of innovators presents at Demo Day on February 27.
We reviewed nearly 100 applications for the inaugural cohort. A multi-step selection process included pitching to experienced entrepreneurs, investors and community leaders. The MSESF Class of 2020 will run from September 2019 to February 2020.
Learn more about the 21 companies in the MSESF program below. The businesses are classified into one of two categories: Startup State and Seed Stage. The Startup Stage companies have some business traction relative to the Seed Stage companies whose ideas are still in the very early stage.
Join the Georgia State Alumni Association’s virtual upcoming paint-and-sip party in partnership with Main Street Seed Fund grand prize winner, Ashley Daramola (B.I.S.’10), founder of ArtzyBella Studio + Shop.
Ashley “Bella” Daramola (B.I.S. ’10), who lives in an East Point, GA live-work apartment community and operates ArtzyBella Studio + Shop in the onsite commercial space, shares how affordable housing transformed her life and fueled her success as an entrepreneur.
Ashley Daramola (B.I.S. ’10) thinks art has the power to heal. Through her Atlanta art studio, ArtzyBella, she offers art installations, classes, and (soon) products, including an upcoming line of subscription boxes designed to let people tap into the therapeutic potential of creativity in the comfort of their homes.
In one of the nation’s most enterprising cities, Georgia State’s Entrepreneurship & Innovation Institute has teamed up with The Marcus Foundation to fund, mentor and develop 21 new businesses. Working in industries that range from recycling and logistics to art production and music management, they all have a story. (As published in GSU Magazine Spring 2020 Issue)