Kynton Stephen’s long-time idea for a video game now has a major shot in the arm to become a player in Atlanta’s entertainment industry.
ATLANTA–Georgia State’s new Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies (B.I.S.) in Social Entrepreneurship is accepting students for the spring semester.
Nearly 70 percent of Rwandans have cell phones, but only a small fraction have reliable electricity. How one entrepreneur is using solar energy to solve infrastructure problems that have plagued the country for decades.
Self-employment is growing faster among single women who live in communities that support entrepreneurship and innovation than among men and married women, according to a new study of U.S. metropolitan areas by Georgia State University.
Graduate student Nedra Deadwyler combined her passion for biking and drive to serve the community by creating Civil Bikes, telling the stories of Atlanta’s Civil Rights sites from a two-wheeled perspective.
Josh Yates is the chef and owner at Greentruck Neighborhood Pub. Find out how the J. Mack Robinson College of Business graduate turned his farm-to-table restaurant into a culinary destination in Savannah, Ga.
Kynton Stephens is the founder of Spray & Pray Studios, a video game company that’s been invited to South By Southwest Interactive as a finalist in the Student Startup Madness competition.
Passion, vision and drive are all required to own a business, but what else do you need to know? Graduates from the J. Mack Robinson College of Business are entrepreneurs who are sharing lessons that can only be learned from experience.
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