Advanced Technology Development Center (ATDC): ATDC is a powerful Georgia Tech startup incubator focused on aiding Georgia innovators to develop their ideas into profitable companies.
Center for Engineering and Technology Entrepreneurship: Founded by the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, the Center for Engineering and Technology Entrepreneurship (C.R.E.A.T.E.) operates under the goal of providing Georgia Tech students with the resources available on-campus that help cultivate entrepreneurial spirit and related skills.
Enterprise Innovation Institute: Georgia Tech’s Enterprise Innovation Institute (EI2) works to assist students, startups, and more in broadening their impact beyond the classroom, utilizing expansive resources and connections to experts in various fields.
Enterprise to Empower: Enterprise to Empower (En2Em) is a prominent student-led organization at Georgia Tech that advocates the use of entrepreneurial skills and leadership in ways that can help ameliorate social issues in the world today.
Flashpoint: Flashpoint at Georgia Tech is a program that works with startup founders to help them analyze their business model and customer demand using the process of startup engineering, developed at Georgia Tech by Dr. Merrick Furst.
Georgia Tech Starter: Georgia Tech Starter is a crowd-source funding website that showcases interesting and exciting research projects by Georgia Tech students and faculty. This website provides the electronic platform for anyone to donate to and help fund the project of his/her choice.
GT Institute for Leadership and Entrepreneurship: Within the Scheller College of Business, the Institute for Leadership and Entrepreneurship (ILE) is a Georgia Tech institute dedicated to promoting “socially responsible entrepreneurship” with IMPACT Speaker Series lectures, workshops, and more.
GT VentureLab: Ranked #2 by UBI Index in a study of 150 university startup incubators from across the world, GT VentureLab uses cutting-edge research to launch Georgia Tech inventions into successful, profitable companies.
Medical Device Entrepreneurship Association at Georgia Tech: Through education, networking, mentorship, inquiry, and professional development, Georgia Tech’s Medical Device Entrepreneurship Association (MDEA) aims to produce quality medical device startups.
NSF Innovation Corps: The National Science Foundation Innovation Corps (NSF I-Corps) is a program awarding competitive grants to research teams consisting of an entrepreneurial lead, principle investigator, and mentor.
Startup Exchange: Startup Exchange is focused on promoting the entrepreneurial spirit among students at Georgia Tech. Startup Exchange holds weekly meetings on the first floor of the GT Library Presentation Rehearsal Room on Fridays at 4:00pm.
Startup Gauntlet: Georgia Tech’s Startup Gauntlet is a rigorous 6-week program in which teams consisting of two to four daring students attend weekly sessions aimed at creating realistic business models and reaching out to potential customers.
Startup Semester: Run by Startup Exchange, Startup Semester is an intense student program that, over the course of 10 weeks, aims to provide student teams with the mentors and workshops necessary to learn the steps to successful business development.
Tech Entrepreneurs Society: Tech Entrepreneurs Society (TES) is a student organization with the mission of helping Georgia Tech students develop new companies and effectively create their own jobs.
3 Day Startup Georgia Tech: Also run by Startup Exchange, 3 Day Startup (3DS) Georgia Tech is a branch of the non-profit organization 3 Day Startup, Inc. in which student participants develop and refine their business models and prototypes over the course of a single weekend.