hAVE an idea?
Have an idea, but don't know where to start? Below are some hands-on ways to help you break the ice and reach the next stage.
When you have an idea for a startup, HackATL is a resource to receive feedback and advice in a competitive environment. Held every year in November, entrepreneurs with or without ideas can enter to develop a business plan and receive advice from other entrepreneurs.
Catalyst think-tank sessions are the perfect place to run any ideas related to science or medicine by other entrepreneurs. By participating in a session other like-minded entrepreneurs will work together to tackle the problems that your startup faces.
The Innovation Deck Networking Sessions are open events that allow anyone with an idea for a business to pick the minds of different entrepreneurs. From ideation to funding, each session is open ended and can be tailored to answer your specific questions.
When you run into a roadblock in your idea, reaching out to Emory’s two Entrepreneurs-In-Residence, David Cummings or Sid Mookerjee will enable you to have your questions answered by a seasoned entrepreneur.