Start Up Business Strikes Partnership with WVU
Women's Business Center at WVU Assisting, Creating Entrepreneurs
WVU student team wins third place, $2,000 in national pitch contest
Three students proved last week that West Virginia University is a national leader in entrepreneurship and innovation at the 4th Annual PitchTexas Competition, hosted by the University of Texas McCombs School of Business and Herb Kelleher Center for Entrepreneurship.
First-year student wins Entrepreneur Pitch Contest
WVU to host Governor's School of Entrepreneurship in 2017 and 2018
Enterprising state high school students can apply for a summer stint at West Virginia University in the Governor’s School of Entrepreneurship, which begins July 5.
Women's Business Center in open for business
Entrepreneurs from the community now have a resource at West Virginia University to guide them through the process of starting their own business. The WVU Women’s Business Center offers services including one-on-one counseling, networking events, training workshops and technical assistance on topics including business fundamentals, financial management, marketing and procurement.
Future Fungi Finds Success at Common Grounds Competition
We’d like to introduce January’s Common Grounds winner, Nima Shahab Shahmir. As a result, Nima was also the recipient of Tech Connects $500 pitch prize! Nima is a WVU Tech student majoring in Computer Science, at the Beckley Campus. He is the first student participant going through the Beckley “Launch Lab” and the first winner of the prize that is sponsored by Tech Connect.
New River Gorge Regional Development Authority
Jan 13, 2017 | Recent Announcements
WVU students present to interim Agriculture and Rural Development Committee in Charleston
The University’s commitment to building the state economy was on display in Charleston last week, when Assistant Vice President Mindy Walls briefed a joint House and Senate committee on WVU's growing entrepreneurship and innovation ecosystem. Walls then turned the presentation over to recent WVU grads and young entrepreneurs, Jordon Masters and Emily Wells, both from the Davis College of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Design, and Micha Allen of the College of Business and Economics. All three students worked with the WVU LaunchLab to develop award-winning business concepts relevant to the agricultural industry. They shared their visionary ideas and plans with the Committee.
Women seek to aid all entrepreneurs
ALEX LANG The Dominion Post
MORGANTOWN — WVU celebrated the opening of a Women’s Business Center with a ceremony Feb. 9, 2017