– Minor in 3 Courses! Major in 4 Courses!

– Marketing Major? Add an Entrepreneurship Major or Minor!


20 Years Near UNCG

Congratulations to Stoel Burrowes, one of our first 3 Entrepreneurship Fellows, on his retirement.

20 Years Near UNCG


National Library Association – Steve Cramer

Congratulations to Steven Cramer, Associate Director of the Entrepreneurship Cross-Disciplinary Program and Business & Economics Librarian for winning his 2nd national award from the National Library Association (ALA/RUSA)


Social Entrepreneurship Competition

The UNCG University Libraries is offering $400 each to the best undergraduate and graduate student social entrepreneurship business models. Second-place submissions will earn $100 each. Participants must be current students. The business models can be past class projects or can be written for this competition. 

Social entrepreneurship means creating sustainable organizations that address a problem for local or global communities in an innovative way. The organizations can be for-profit or not-for-profit, and could be social, educational, environmental, artistic, etc. in nature. 

A business model is a short description (typically 3-4 pages plus basic financials) of a new venture. The model provides an overview, industry analysis, market analysis, financial analysis, and a discussion of funding and the next steps.

Submissions must include:

1. The 3-4 page business model, following the template (see document on the left)

2. The one page of financials, following the template

3. Citations in APA or MLA format (in-text and works-cited list)

** For more information or guidelines for this competition please click the link below.

http://uncg.libguides.com/sec


Entrepreneur Extraordinaire Award 2020 – Marc Ashley


Entrepreneurship Everywhere 2020 Recap


WINNER OF 7 INTERNATIONAL AND NATIONAL AWARDS INCLUDING MOST INNOVATIVE PROGRAM IN THE US BY THE DESHPANDE FOUNDATION

The Entrepreneurship Cross-Disciplinary Program implements creative classroom learning by blending innovation and entrepreneurship across campus.  Within the 50 plus cross-listed courses, students develop concept models, feasibility studies, business plans, and implementation plans for businesses and innovative ventures.  Students learn how to start/grow a business and to be creative/innovative in any organization, profit or nonprofit.

  • Entrepreneurship major for 4 courses or an Entrepreneurship minor for 3 courses if you are a Marketing major-double count any one of 5 ENT/MKT courses.

-Dr. Dianne Welsh, Founding Director of the Entrepreneurship Program, was named the NC Board of Governors Teaching Award winner then link the article.

https://www.northcarolina.edu/news/2019/04/UNC-Board-Governors-Names-2019-Awards-Excellence-Teaching-Recipients

Dr. Dianne Welsh serves on the advisory board for  the Global Consortium of Entrepreneurship Centers Conference-attended in Stockholm

UNCG is a member school


Best Place to Start a Small Business is Greensboro! 

Visit this link below to find updated places to start a business!

https://www.zenbusiness.com/info/best-cities-to-start-a-small-business/