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.
London Balbosa (B.I.S. ’19), a participant in Georgia State’s Main Street Entrepreneurs Seed Fund, was recently named to Surthive’s Inaugural Class for Square One Startup School Program for his company ArteHub, an online art discovery platform.
Umama Kibria (B.B.A. ’14), a participant in Georgia State’s Main Street Entrepreneurs Seed Fund was recently named to Forbes 30 Under 30 – Sports 2020 for her company SweatPack, a fitness platform that enables groups to be active together.
Media Contact: Jackie Davis, M.Ed., MBA Entrepreneurship and Innovation Institute Georgia State University 55 Park Place, Suite 250 Atlanta, GA [...]
ATLANTA–Georgia State University has received a $300,000 grant from The Marcus Foundation to aid student and community entrepreneurs in the development and establishment of new businesses.