Fifty promising small businesses from Clarkston, East Lake, and Southside Atlanta have been selected for the 2019 Start:ME Accelerator, a free, intensive 14-session business training program for promising ventures in underserved metro-Atlanta communities.
This holiday season, the Social Enterprise @ Goizueta team has ideas for those who would like to give gifts with social impact, authentic local connection, empowerment and purpose.
The inaugural Shop Start:ME Market will be held September 29, giving the public the chance to shop Start:ME businesses and learn more about free business training program.
Grow with the Flow founders and entrepreneurs Reggie and Roger Ramos begin to grow business with help of Start:ME program.
Twenty-nine promising micro-entrepreneurs in the Clarkston and East Lake communities completed an extensive mentoring and business training program offered through the Start:Micro-Entrepreneur Accelerator Program (Start:ME).
Syrian refugees Ruwaida and Khaled were participants in Goizueta’s Start:ME small business accelerator and recently featured in Atlanta Magazine
The Emory Impact Investing Group (EIIG), led by undergraduate students, provides no-interest loans to entrepreneurs in Metro Atlanta, largely from historically underserved areas. In doing so, EIIG aims to uplift… Read more »
Now through Nov. 14, The Start:Micro-Entrepreneur Accelerator Program (Start:ME) will recruit promising entrepreneurs in and around Clarkston and East Lake for its 2017 programs. Fifteen to 20 entrepreneurs in each… Read more »
A passionate band of Emory students is changing Atlanta, one small business loan at a time. Nineteen students, from Goizueta and everywhere else on campus, make up the Emory Impact… Read more »
Social Enterprise @ Goizueta (SE@G) at Emory University is partnering with Access to Capital for Entrepreneurs (ACE), Friends of Refugees and the East Lake Foundation to offer the Start:Micro-Entrepreneur Accelerator Program (Start:ME) to support the most promising micro-entrepreneurs.