Business RadioX at GSU: 6-4-19
Lee Kantor of Business RadioX sat down with Amber Lewter and Katie Culp to learn more about their experiences with WEI as one of the nation’s first models supporting women entrepreneurs.
The Women in Entrepreneurship event welcomed an esteemed panel of female entrepreneurs to Georgia State campus Tuesday evening as a collaboration between the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Institute, WomenLead and Honors College.
Everything I learned in my Entrepreneurship classes, I used throughout Startup Weekend.
When Robinson College of Business alum Brandon Black (B.B.A. Finance ‘15 and M.S. Finance ‘17) took Corporate Finance taught by Genna Brown in undergrad, he didn’t expect for their relationship to go far beyond the classroom. Brandon and his former professor teamed up to co-found a fundraising platform that gives proceeds from product and service sales to other nonprofits, called GIVIN.
Most college students cringe at the thought of group projects. But, in the case of Finance major, Christopher Vento (’18), Business Management major, Richard Kim (’19), Marketing major, Trevor Puckett (’18), and Accounting major, Alex Reynolds (’19), what started as a group assignment in their Entrepreneurial Thinking (ENI 3101) class turned into a prototype of what could change the travel experience for tourists all over the world.
Jeanine McDonald is a Social Entrepreneurship major expecting to graduate in Spring 2019. Her entrepreneurial spirit and desire to help people inspired her to launch her jewelry line, catered to women of color, with the purpose to affirm their faith and belief in their dreams.