The Gift of Shared Space, Part 1
Some business owners think about growing revenue while others think of growing individuals. Greg Sloan (BBA Finance ’95, MBA Finance ’02) is a successful serial entrepreneur because he does both.
Like other business owners, Ford has had to put the launch of certain new products on hold. He was preparing a swimsuit line and regular appearances at pop-up shops for the summer of 2020, but now, has different plans.
Having traveled the world, George is eager to share her knowledge of culture and language. She plans to leverage her film and entrepreneurship background to run a business motivated by creating compelling and diverse films.
Graduating with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Entrepreneurship, Sharee Stephen completed an internship with ESPN as a Student Ambassador. She also launched two successful businesses including integrated communications company Sharegenius and cosmetic line voilaMama Cosmetics.
SELF equips the next generation of fashion with an alternative to an expensive, traditional fashion education experience. Ngounou’s company assists designers and sewists in developing their skills and gaining experience with workshops, internships, 24/7 sewing space, and industry placement. Amidst the Coronavirus outbreak, Ngounou has moved her classes from LaunchGSU, a 24/7 coworking space for student entrepreneurs located on Georgia State’s downtown campus, to virtual courses.
On Wednesday, April 22, the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Institute (ENI) held a virtual information session in partnership with the University’s Welcome Center. Newly admitted students and their parents joined the webinar to learn about the resources and unique opportunities offered to student-entrepreneurs enrolled at Georgia State.
Our mission is to bring community and family together to create memories and picture-perfect moments over our quality bubble tea and matcha. We’re all about hand-crafting and customizing our tea to our customer’s liking.
Initially, I didn’t want to pitch. I went hoping I would help someone with their idea, but I met some mentors and my peers advised me to go for it. While I was standing in line to go pitch in front of the group, I just thought of the idea.