A 48-hour competition hosted at the Goizueta Business School, HackATL 2018 was Emory Entrepreneurship and Venture Management’s sixth annual business hackathon.
Alumni, students, faculty and staff recently came together for Goizueta’s first Entrepreneurship Connect Night at the Atlanta Tech Village, a Goizueta partner incubator.
A panel of Atlanta-based entrepreneurship and investment experts discussed “the human factor” in growing a business during a breakfast presentation September 14. Panelists discussed topics including diversity, building community, the perfect pitch, finding talent and how decision-making works in a team setting.
Emory is creating tomorrow’s entrepreneurs by giving them access to both brains and backing.
For a third year, Advancing Healthcare Innovation in Africa will be hosting its annual conference in Johannesburg, South Africa in early July.
For the second year, MEMBA students are traveling to San Francisco this week as part of an immersion experience at Goizueta.
For some, international exchange can sharpen independence; for others, exposure to a country can kickstart a career. Matthew Williams 05BBA is a vice president at Blue Water Energy in London, where he’s lived since 2009.
For 10 weeks, 11 startups brainstormed, collaborated and executed during the first ever Emory Startup Launch accelerator program.
For two days, students, faculty, staff and community members had the opportunity to dive into the world of entrepreneurship. Goizueta, in conjunction with Emory Entrepreneurship Ecosystem (E-Cubed) hosted the fourth annual Emory Entrepreneurship Summit.
As always, a key highlight of the fourth annual Emory Entrepreneurship Summit was hearing from alumni who had stated their own ventures. This year’s entrepreneurial spotlights were all BBA graduate, returning to campus to share their stories and words of advice with eager students looking to potentially start their own entrepreneurial journeys.