Business RadioX at GSU: 3-5-19
The Entrepreneurship and Innovation supports students with access to personalized mentoring and a network of experienced business professionals and alumni.
Larry McHugh, the mentor at ATDC and also a board mentor with Atlanta Tech Angels was the GSU Collegiate Entrepreneurs Organization (CEO) guest speaker on March 13th.
Startup companies heavily rely on written content and advertisements to promote their businesses. Blogs, podcasts, and social media have been useful tools to supplement a company’s product or service.
“Welcome to life, we’re all going to fail,” said Atlanta Tech Village Vice President, Karen C. Houghton, speaking to aspiring student entrepreneurs from Georgia State’s Chapter of the global Collegiate Entrepreneurs Organization (CEO).
VR isn’t just all fun and games – It’s a technology the potential to disrupt how businesses train, market, and sell. To gain better insight about the industry and how to monetize it, the Creative Media Industries Institute (CMII) and the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Institute (ENI) collaborated for the “Make Money in VR” event.
The Assistant Director of the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Institute (ENI) at Georgia State, hit the city to solidify Georgia State’s role in the entrepreneurship ecosystem at Atlanta Startup Week. The three-day summit of events and activities, held from October 17-19 and hosted by Techstars, showcases all that Atlanta’s startup community has to offer.