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The George Washington University (GW) Office of Entrepreneurship provides programming around innovation, education, venture creation, and making connections to support GW entrepreneurs and the Mid-Atlantic startup community. Founded in 2010, the office has worked with thousands of students, faculty, and alumni, and serves as a focal point for entrepreneurship at GW. It leverages the unique strengths of our university's schools in the nation's capital to serve society at large through the knowledge and practice of entrepreneurship.
GW Innovate Mobile App
Dolphin Tank™ at GW
GW New Venture Competition
Distinguished Entrepreneurial Achievement Award
Workshops & Seminars
Entrepreneur Office Hour
Technology Commercialization Office
GW Entrepreneurship Recognized
Download the GW Innovate mobile application to find cofounders, collaborators (or teammates for the GW New Venture Competition) and network with other GW students, faculty, staff, and alumni.
The Dolphin Tank®, a pitch-practice event presented by Springboard Enterprises will be held twice this fall! November 16 and December 9.
The Distinguished Entrepreneurial Achievement Award (DEAA) is an annual award of recognition to individuals who have attained notable achievements and success in the field of entrepreneurship.
The GW Office of Entrepreneurship hosts a series of team-building events and how-to workshops to facilitate the efforts of all GW constituents who are interested in entrepreneurship and the GW New Venture Competition.
The Office of Entrepreneurship hosts office hours for current or aspiring entrepreneurs in the GW community: for students, faculty, staff, and alumni only. Reserve your spot to speak with the Executive Director, Jim Chung.
Are you an innovative self starter? Check back with us in the Fall 2014 semsester! Click for more info.
The George Washington University's Technology Commercialization Office (TCO) works proactively with university faculty, staff, and students and is responsible for managing the university technologies through patent protection and licensing to companies.
The GW School of Business named one of the nation’s top programs by Princeton Review and Entrepreneur Magazine.