STRIVE application now open
Individuals selected to take part in STRIVE – Startup Training Resources Inspiring Veteran Entrepreneurship – will receive personalized assistance in the development of early-stage businesses or ideas.
Applications due by August 1, 2022.
ETSU's high-tech business incubator that assists aspiring entrepreneurs develop emerging technologies from concept through commercialization.
ETSU Entrepreneurship Minor
This new program in the College of Business and Technology includes real-world coursework in design thinking and startup operations. Any ETSU student may complete this minor.
A public-private partnership between Sync Space and TSG Innovation Group, establishing the Appalachian Highlands as a recognized center of innovation for rural entrepreneurship.
This entrepreneur center with accelerator programs uniquely focused on support for local and recruited startups considering Northeast Tennessee as a place to grow or expand their business.
Supporting entrepreneurs through community, programming and coaching, FoundersForge has a mission to elevate the region.
A public-private partnership with a goal to stimulate the statewide economy by facilitating capital formation, market building and nurturing the state's entrepreneurial ecosystem.
The Tennessee Small Business Development Center at ETSU provides free educational opportunities for individuals thinking about starting a business and consulting services for existing firms.
Startup Training Resources Inspiring Veteran Entrepreneurship (STRIVE) provides personalized assistance for Veterans, Reserve and National Guard members to launch businesses.
The Changemakers Scholars
Helping ETSU students acquire the knowledge, skills, resources, and mindset to become creative problem-solvers, engaged citizens, and active agents for positive change in their communities.
"If people see success, then they think, ‘I can do that, too,' and that’s how jobs begin to grow."
Dave Clark, VP of Entrepreneurial Ecosystem Development
ETSU Research Corporation