Two years after its inception, the Entrepreneurs-in-Residence (EiR) program at Goizueta is going strong and welcomes a new cohort of six members. These seasoned entrepreneurs offer a wealth of experience and insight to students.
There was no shortage of energy during the seventh annual “HackATL” event on campus. The simple goal amid the decorations and paper airplanes around Patterson Green was clear, yet daunting: Build a business in 24 hours.
As a successful brand manager and strategist, Andrew Rodbell 04MBA worked for a who’s who of top tier companies before a 70’s cover band concert inspired him to go his own way…producing cocktails in a can.
Leading inventors, investors and entrepreneurs in the healthcare industry discussed innovation in healthcare on the RAISE Forum “Rise” Panel, an event that provides interested members of the public an opportunity to network and hear from industry experts ahead of the biannual RAISE Forum.
Eleven Goizueta MBA candidates traveled to Johannesburg to attend the fourth annual Advancing Healthcare Innovation in Africa conference, which supports innovative health products and services created by Africans for Africans.
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The bi-annual RAISE Forum aims to close the Southeast’s funding gap by funding local startups at levels above $1 million, with the goal of keeping early-stage companies in the Southeast.
Once again Goizueta played host to a bevy of conferences, forums and summits, drawing students, scholars and business leaders to campus to make connections and enhance learning.
The fifth annual Emory Entrepreneurship Summit, which took place April 4-5, gave student attendees the opportunity to be immersed in the ecosystem. During the Summit, participants had the chance to network, hear from successful entrepreneurial alumni, learn from micro-entrepreneurs and present their own ideas in the “Pitch the Summit” competition.
This year doesn’t just mark Goizueta’s centennial — it’s also the fifth anniversary of the Emory Entrepreneurship Summit. The keynote brought together two extremely successful Emory alumni: David Politis 04C, founder and CEO of BetterCloud, and William Hockey 12BBA, co-founder and CTO of Plaid.