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Benjamin Kander 12BBA

Benjamin Kander: on surviving the first five years of the entrepreneurial...

For Welly Bottle, partnering with charity: water and building wells to provide clean water to villagers in Ethiopia and Malawi is more...

Goizueta students aid microbusiness recovery

As the COVID-19 global pandemic wreaked havoc on small businesses across the world, Goizueta students stepped up to the challenge to share expertise and...
From global citizen to entrepreneur: Alum JD Kim shares his vision

From global citizen to entrepreneur: Alum JD Kim shares his vision

Jongdae “JD” Kim 07Ox 11C 17EvMBA grew up in South Korea and the United States, where he was born. He carries both U.S. and...

Forty-Nine Atlanta area entrepreneurs complete Goizueta’s Start:ME Accelerator Program

ATLANTA, GA – (May 6, 2020) – Forty-nine promising entrepreneurs in the Clarkston, East Lake and Southside Atlanta communities have completed an extensive mentoring...
Goizueta Facebook Live Series: Resilience for entrepreneurs amidst COVID-19

Goizueta Facebook Live Series: Resilience for entrepreneurs amidst COVID-19

Resources and Links About our programs at Goizueta Business School: Entrepreneurship: entrepreneurship.emory.eduRAISE...
The Neighborhood Sprouts

Start:ME microbusinesses display resilience during COVID-19 times

For companies with fewer than four employees, tapping into resources and creativity is key in turbulent times. COVID-19 has...

Capitalizing on success: Ducoff wins Emory Entrepreneur Award in finance

“Creating opportunities means looking where others are not.” – Mark Cuban At 39, Nick Ducoff 03BBA has had more impact across a...

Alumnus Will Hockey’s startup acquired by Visa for $5.3 billion

Visa International recently announced that it would acquire Plaid, the financial tech company co-founded by Hockey and Zach Perret, in a deal reportedly worth $5.3 billion. Plaid is a financial services platform that connects applications to users’ bank accounts. The company may not be a household name, but many of the apps that rely on its infrastructure are (Venmo is one).

Josh Inglis: On getting comfortable with uncertainty

  Sheer joy.  Bone-chilling terror. Ah, yes, the roller coaster of entrepreneurship. There is nothing like the mixture of excitement and terror that comes with...