Guiding young businesses to success
With experiential learning programs and funding opportunities, NC State Entrepreneurship helps students turn their ideas into reality.
From concept to commercialization
Benanova wants to take NC State research into the marketplace
More than a nail polish
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How NC State starts up
“Startup companies are the engine of job creation. Period,” said Dr. Tom Miller, senior vice provost for academic outreach and entrepreneurship and founder of the Engineering Entrepreneurs Program (EEP) and Entrepreneurship Initiative (EI) at NC State.
An entrepreneurial ecosystem
NC State does more than just teach entrepreneurship in the classroom. The university has developed a range of programs to expose students to entrepreneurs, help students develop their own ideas and then push those ideas into the marketplace.
More names to know
Some of these College of Engineering startups are barely out of the gate. Others are bringing innovative products to the marketplace and creating jobs. All are taking the research and teaching that goes on in the College and making a local, and even global, impact.