The premier entrepreneurship club on campus with 30 annual events including hackathons, networking nights and workshops.
Professional co-ed business fraternity.
University-run 10-week long accelerator program that starts in October. Maximum team size is 4 members with at least one member of the team being a current Emory student, alumni, faculty or staff member. Preference will be given to healthcare related startups.
EEVM's student-led startup incubator. The Excellerator program includes a 12-week intensive startup incubator for Emory student-led businesses. Excellerator guides participating businesses from ideation to implementation through individualized workshops, culminating in a pitch summit with local entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, and Emory professors.
Techstars hosts 3-month long accelerator programs - a notable one in partnership with Cox Enterprises.
Annual 48-hour business-focused hackathon, attracting 1,000+ students from top undergraduate programs across the United States. No business, design, or coding experience is required to participate. Combined cash prizes of $10,000.
Elevator pitch competition that provides undergraduates the opportunity to learn how to pitch an idea for a new venture.
Goizueta students are invited to pitch their startup concept to professors who will provide feedback and recommendations. The best 8 concept pitches will receive 6 months free space at the Atlanta Tech Village and a spot at the ATV incubator, business mentoring and legal advice and a chance to pitch to a venture capitalist. Apply here (https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScUdRfaetez0mNhpImxetfSIvU0JzulUrbGgMbJKohvLC9SIQ/viewform).
24/7 workspace and entrepreneurship hub on Emory's campus with a skyline view.
Raoul Hall (freshmen) and Woodruff Hall (sophomores) have been designated as social entrepreneurship/learning communities on the Emory University campus.
The Emory Student Digital Life TechLab in Cox Hall offers an area for new technologies to be introduced to the campus and evaluated for their use in academic life. Various technologies, including 3D printing and 3D scanning, are now available in the TechLab.
Atlanta Tech Village has incubator programs sponsored by Goizueta. They hold a pre-accelerator program for women and people of color and host the Atlanta Startup Village bi-monthly gatherings.
The Entrepreneurs-in-Residence (EiR) program brings experienced entrepreneurs and corporate innovators to campus for several days of presentations and meetings with students, faculty, and staff.
A space for entrepreneurial minded students to work and collaborate, also hosts programming and entrepreneurship related events.
University-focused venture fund investing up to $2M in emerging startups launching from the university scene around the US.
For later stage companies - RAISE Forum is creating local funding for in-revenue companies that need an investment round between $500K and $5MM.
Supporting early stage startups in the Southeast.