NC State students launch spatial intelligence startup that could help reduce energy costs in buildings based on smartphone data.
Pitching In: Matthew Davis (’12 MBA)
Matthew Davis is helping future entrepreneurs through NC State Alumni Entrepreneurs Group
NC State Guides Food Entrepreneurs Taking Products to Market
“My grandmother was the type of cook that didn’t put everything in something, but what she did put in there was choice,” said Debbie Holt, owner of one of Raleigh’s classic restaurants, Clyde Cooper’s Barbecue. Holt’s desire to share her […]
Five Questions with Wes Johnson, Founder of Lawson Hammock
College of Textiles alumnus Wes Johnson is in the swing of things as founder of Lawson Hammock. The company is poised to earn $1 million in revenue this year, mostly due to the success of its signature product, the Blue Ridge Camping Hammock, a consistently well-rated and thoughtfully designed tent-hammock hybrid popular with outdoor enthusiasts.
A Foundation for Innovation
NC State empowers Park Scholar – and CEO of her own business – Emily Neville to channel her passion for entrepreneurship.
You Get Out What You Put In
“I didn’t know anything about design as a kid growing up. I didn’t know any designers and didn’t know that design was a career path. […]
Alumni Investors Boost Wolfpack Businesses
The Wolfpack Investor Network connects alumni with businesses that got their start at NC State. For Pack-connected entrepreneurs, it’s a win-win.
2018 Miller Fellows Announced
The Miller Fellows program accepts seven NC State graduates to receive funding and support as they start their businesses and become full-time entrepreneurs.
Entrepreneurship Programs Collaborate to Support Apex Friendship High School
"It is not just a curriculum; it is a way of learning." -- That's how local area high school teacher Dan Jackson describes his approach to teaching entrepreneurship.
“Shark Tank” Competitions Provide Feedback, Increase Engagement in STEM Classrooms
Through a recently National Science Foundation funded $1.2 million ITEST grant, Jere Confrey and her team will continue to help math classrooms redesign group work to inspire and engage children through entrepreneurial problem-solving and coaching.