CEO CLUB: DREAM DARE DO

The pictures were taken on September 14th, 2021.

FREE LUNCH & AN OPPORTUNITY TO WATCH AN ENTREPRENEURIAL PITCH CONTEST

The Center for Creative Economy at 500 W. 5th Street in Winston-Salem is looking for 3-5 volunteers to assist with our VELOCITY pitch contest on September 29 & 30. 

Shifts are 3 hours long between 8 am-6 pm and provide FREE LUNCH and parking.  Duties include welcome table, hospitality table replenishment & assistance, time-keeping of pitches, assisting participants, etc. 

Email Jody Cauthen at Jody@ccetriad.com to sign up for a 3 hour shift.


TCU NEELEY SCHOOL OF BUSINESS; VALUES AND VENTURES COMPETITION

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Virtual for 2021, with exciting new elements and more chances to win.

TCU Neeley School of Business
Values and Ventures® Competition
April 14, 2021

Rewarding undergraduate students as both innovators and investors. Innovators pitch your own business plans and act as investors in other teams, choosing who you think will advance.

More chances to win. Each finalist has a 25% chance to win at least $2,500.

Committed to conscious capitalism. All business plans must make a profit while making a difference.

APPLY NOW!


ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND LIBRARIES CONFERENCE 2020

Steve Cramer, the UNCG Entrepreneurship Librarian and a Coleman Fellow for Entrepreneurship Education, co-chaired the Entrepreneurship & LIbraries Conference 2020 which took place online on November 12-13. The 300 free registration seats were claimed in only 22 hours after registration opened. Another 300 people signed up to get early access to the videos. The speakers included entrepreneurship ecosystem players, researchers, and public, special, and academic librarians. Tracks included Community Engagement, Economic Development, & Outreach; Instruction & Programming; Resources & Spaces; and Entrepreneurship “Outside the Box.” We also held a pitch competition that gave away $3,300 total to five libraries pursuing local economic development projects. Videos of the speakers are available on YouTube. Two comments from attendees: “Five stars! That was the least exhausting long Zoom conference I’ve been in all year. Kudos!” and “Thank you so much to the organizers and all of the presenters and attendees! It was really great to connect with you all. I am feeling very empowered!”


ENTREPRENEURSHIP EVERYWHERE 2020 RECAP

Entrepreneurship Everywhere 2020 Recap


TRIAD BUSINESS JOURNAL MENTOR MONDAY FEB. 24, 2020


DR. DIANNE H.B. WELSH WINS LEGACY AWARD AT THE GLOBAL CONSORTIUM OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP CENTERS

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Dr. Dianne Welsh, Hayes Distinguished Professor of Entrepreneurship, Founding Director of Entrepreneurship Programs, and Founder and Inaugural Director Emeritus of the North Carolina Entrepreneurship Center won the Legacy Award for Lifetime Achievement in Entrepreneurship at the Global Consortium of Entrepreneurship Centers (GCEC) alongside the Director of the Entrepreneurship Center at MIT who was also awarded the Legacy Award.


Entrepreneurship Everywhere event covered by Fox 8 News

The Entrepreneurship Everywhere event hosted by Market America, the Bryan School of Business and Economics, and the Marketing, Entrepreneurship, Hospitality, and Tourism Department, on February 13, 2020, was covered by Fox 8 News who filmed the panel discussion during the event.


The Next Big Idea podcast by Dr. Channelle James with a special message for our students from Dr. Dianne Welsh