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The logistical challenge of food insecurity

The logistical challenge of food insecurity

Though coronavirus cases and unemployment numbers take center stage in pandemic impact discussions, since the onset of COVID-19 in our communities, “Hunger has become...
Heartfelt Giving: A Business Model to Emulate

Heartfelt giving to the community: a business model to emulate

In an unprecedented era of medical calamity, joblessness, and economic upheaval, Goizueta alumni have helped community members stay clean, well-rested, and fed....

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...
Resilience is the key for 2020 Start:ME graduates

Resilience is the key for 2020 Start:ME graduates

On a recent Wednesday, Teresa Abboud of Teresa Afternoon taught “My Art Time,” an art class via Zoom. There were a half...

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...
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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...

Start:ME Accelerator Program selects 50 diverse Atlanta-based ventures for 2020

Representatives from 50 promising small businesses in Atlanta came together for the kick-off of the 2020 Start:ME Accelerator program, the Goizueta Business School’s free, intensive 14-session business training program for small business owners in East Lake, Clarkston and Southside Atlanta.

Start:ME Accelerator Program Selects 50 Atlanta-based Ventures for 2020

Fifty promising small businesses have been selected for the 2020 Start:ME Accelerator, a free, intensive 14-session business training program from the Goizueta Business School for promising ventures in the metro-Atlanta communities of East Lake, Clarkston and Southside Atlanta.

Impact investing has potential to change lives, say Atlanta entrepreneurs at...

The student-run Emory Impact Investing Group hosted a panel event on impact investing in entrepreneurs at Goizueta Business School on Wednesday, November 13.

Start:ME Accelerator Program Seeking Entrepreneurs for the 2020 Program, Offering Up...

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACTS Brian Goebel, Start:ME Program Director bgoebel@emory.edu Hannah McCord hannahm@friendsofrefugees.com Catherine Woodling, East Lake Foundation cwoodling@eastlakefoundation.org Pamela Stringfield, Focused Community Strategies pamela@fcsministries.org Kim Speece, Leff & Associates kim@leffassociates.com} September 16, 2019 – The...