9pm Fri Sep 8 – Food Matters Markets on ABC TV Show “What would you do ?”

See the program that includes the grocery store that is partially owned by Noah Reynolds, Coleman Entrepreneur in Residence … [Read more...]

Business Projects

The ENT/BUS 300 Feasibility Analysis Fall 2017 class is working with the following six businesses Be ArtSMART LLC Oden Brothers Brewery (past Feasibility Analysis winner at SBI, event center needed) The Forge Ethitrans (was in Chamber’s incubator) A Special Blend A Sweet Success (A project of Sanctuary House sanctuaryhousegso.com/) Two additional businesses are student businesses An online consignment store and an art space. … [Read more...]

CEO August 2017 Newsletter (final)

August 2017 Newsletter (final) … [Read more...]

Dr. Dianne Welsh made Fellow in the Small Business Institute (SBI)

Dr. Dianne Welsh, Hayes Distinguished Professor in Entrepreneurship, was inducted as a Fellow in the Small Business Institute (SBI) at the annual meeting February 16. In an additional piece of news from the meeting, Randy Roof, Kristoffer Holm, Guadalupe Rodriguez, Joe Rotondi and Amani Duke, students in the ENT/BUS 300 Feasibility Analysis class at UNCG, won First place nationally for their feasibility analysis plan of Oden Brothers Brewery. Dianne Welsh is the Project Director and SBI … [Read more...]

Keith Debbage talks about Coleman Fellows Program at UNCG in a front page article in the News & Record

http://www.greensboro.com/opinion/columns/keith-g-debbage-greensboro-must-rely-on-home-grown-jobs/article_2e6c035d-f7cb-5700-a1ae-ad15184487a9.html … [Read more...]

Growing green shoots: Keith Debbage and ‘entrepreneurial ecosystems’

Dr. Keith Debbage is on a new track. He’s been writing the State of the City Report for the Greensboro Partnership for twelve years, and in the past year, he has moved into research concerning the geography of entrepreneurship by metropolitan areas, a subject he describes as “a key part of our future.” Debbage is a professor of urban development in the Department of Geography and Veteran Coleman Entrepreneurship Fellow in the UNCG Bryan School of Business and Economics. This fall he attended … [Read more...]

Piedmont Angel Network Shark Tank Event on Wednesday, November 9th

The Piedmont Angel Network Shark Tank event will be on Wednesday, November 9th, at 6:00pm in the Bryan auditorium - Bryan 160.  This is free and is open to the public, as well as students and faculty. … [Read more...]

Entrepreneur Extraordinaire Event on November 7th, 2016

There will be an Entrepreneur Extraordinaire Award Event on November 7th, 2016 at 5:00-5:50pm in Bryan 122.  The award will honor Natty Greene's Brewing Company and is free and open to the public as well as all UNCG students, faculty, and staff. … [Read more...]

Noah Reynolds opens his third organic grocery store serving smaller communities

Noah Reynolds, Adjunct Instructor of Entrepreneurship, opens his third organic grocery store serving smaller communities.  This one is in Morganton, NC.   … [Read more...]

ENT 300 Description

Noah Reynolds is an adjunct instructor teaching ENT/BUS 300 Feasibility Analysis spring 2016.   Francesca Fabbricatore is a Senior exchange student from Italy this semester majoring in Health Care Management Systems Her group project is Food Oasis Express (FOX) which is a B2B business that provides healthy food vending machines for manufacturing facilities, schools, and hospitals, etc where employees do not have a lot of time to go out to eat and need a quick healthy meal … [Read more...]