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Salad with a side of style: Why Sweetgreen, co-founded by Nicolas Jammet (B'07), Jonathan Nemen (B'07), and Nathaniel Ru (B'07), is Investing in design - Read more
Help judge at the 2018 StartupHoyas Challenge!
The StartupHoyas Challenge is our flagship entrepreneurship event and is open to all Georgetown graduate and undergraduate students. Aspiring entrepreneurs pitch their business ideas to a panel of experts; the eight top-rated teams will progress to a final round in late April, where they will compete for cash prizes, technical and professional support, and a place in the Georgetown Summer Launch Program, our campus-based incubator.
Making entrepreneurship more accessible to people of color is more than an ethical imperative. “It’s an economic one,” Melissa Bradley (B'89), Managing Director at Project 500, told ImpactAlpha. Project 500 is a partnership between GU's MSB and the Office of the Deputy Mayor for Greater Economic Opportunity to recruit and retain up to 500 diverse, District-based businesses and connect them with capital