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SPACs are having a moment. 2021 is barely through its first quarter and the number of SPAC IPOs has surpassed 2020’s...
Charlie Goetz Charlie Goetz, senior lecturer in organization and management and distinguished lecturer in entrepreneurship, is a serial entrepreneur, an...
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.
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.
The RAISE Forum's 'Rise' panel took place on March 22 at Goizueta. At the breakfast event, successful entrepreneurs who strive to make a positive difference in the world shared their stories and answered the question, "How do we do well by doing right?"
Goizueta’s RAISE (Retention and Advanced Investment for the Southeast at Emory) Forum is a unique opportunity for entrepreneurs who wish to grow their companies...
Goizueta students and faculty traveled to Johannessburg, South Africa to attend the AHIA conference, a three-day event aiming to reduce morbidity and mortality in Africa by advising and training African scientists in business and legal areas.
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.
From a craft whiskey distillery to a security firm for the blockchain ecosystem, Goizueta students with an entrepreneurial bent have been pitching their start-up ideas to professors since the start of the school year.