Connecting, educating and supporting those interested in Entrepreneurship in and around the Georgetown University Community, the Alliance is specifically for Georgetown University alumni – from any class year and any degree program – with an interest in entrepreneurship. Through programming, partnerships and membership, the Alliance engages the alumni in the growing sphere of entrepreneurial activities at Georgetown, strengthening and increasing the visibility of university-based efforts.
1776 is a platform to reinvent the world by connecting the hottest startups with the resources they need to excel. From our Campus a few blocks from the White House, 1776 serves as a global hub for startups tackling major challenges in education, energy, health care, government, and other critical industries. 1776 startups receive mentorship, corporate connections, access to capital, media attention, and a pipeline of top talent—the raw materials critical for innovators to succeed.
The Global Social Enterprise Initiative at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business aims to prepare current and future leaders to make responsible management decisions that create both economic and social value. GSEI engages corporate, nonprofit, government, and other stakeholders to advance the understanding of social enterprise.
The Beeck Center for Social Impact & Innovation exists to inspire and prepare students, faculty and global leaders with the necessary skills to generate and innovate solution-based social change both locally and internationally. It will promote collaborative spaces for fostering innovation and provide experiential opportunities to pragmatically impact the social sector.
Fosterly is a community of entrepreneurs, creators, and collaborators, all working together to tackle new challenges in business and technology. We connect our members with resources, events, and opportunities, both online and offline. Join Fosterly, and let us help you achieve your entrepreneurial goals.
Techstars partners with StartupHoyas to host Georgetown University’s annual Startup Weekend. During Startup Weekends, aspiring entrepreneurs find themselves “surrounded by smart, passionate people and with the best tools and approaches at their disposal. They take giant leaps toward creating a business, becoming a founder, and connecting with the right people and resources.
The Big Idea CONNECTpreneur Forum is a Community of over 5000 CEOs, Entrepreneurs, VCs and angels, CXOs and other business leaders in the Mid-Atlantic Region. Each quarterly CONNECTpreneur Forum mashes up 400+ top founders, investors and business leaders for a morning breakfast event featuring awesome networking, newsmaking speakers, and a showcase of 7-8 exciting early stage companies.
Today, GCEC stands as the premier leadership organization addressing the emerging topics of importance to the nation’s university-based centers for entrepreneurship. It has become the industry vehicle by which the top, established entrepreneurship centers, as well as emerging centers, can work together to share information, develop programs and initiatives, and collaborate and assist each other in advancing, strengthening, and celebrating the contributions and impact of individual centers–as well as the overall role of university-based entrepreneurship center.
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