Gannon proudly recognizes Global Entrepreneurship Week Nov. 13-17.
Gannon University is dedicated to supporting the entrepreneurial ecosystem on its urban campus and throughout the surrounding region. To recognize Global Entrepreneurship Week Nov. 13-17, 2023, Gannon is proud to share more information on resources, events, programs and more.
1. Engage in a weeklong series of events brought to you by the NWPA Innovation Beehive Network.
Join us for a great week of events to celebrate. View event details and register by contacting Kathy Roach at firstname.lastname@example.org or visiting StartupSpace.app.
Networking Event at The Brewerie at Union Station
Monday, Nov. 13 | 4:30-6:30 p.m. | 123 W 14th Street
Meet other startups, hear from Missy and Scott Hitz on their startup journeys, network with those in the entrepreneurial ecosystem.
How to Eat the Elephant - The Do's and Dont's of Starting a Business
Tuesday, Nov. 14 | Noon-1 p.m. | Gannon's Center for Business Ingenuity, 900 State Street
Join us for this Lunch & Learn session with Carl Nicolia, President of PSNergy, as he walks us through starting a business with humor and knowledge.
Don't be a Bad Boss, Be a Better Leader
Wednesday, Nov. 15| Noon-1 p.m. | Gannon's Center for Business Ingenuity, 900 State Street
At this Lunch & Learn session, you will hear from Mary Euell, Owner of Barb's Family Learning Center, as she talks about how to be the "boss" that everyone wants to work for.
Don't let the Fear of Success Stop you in your Tracks
Thursday, Nov. 16 | Noon-1 p.m. | Gannon's Center for Business Ingenuity, 900 State Street
Engage in this session with Dr. Lisa Jo Elliott, Assistant Teaching Professor of Psychology at Penn State Behrend, as she talks about how to conquer your fear in order to take your business to the next level.
Erie Entrepreneurial Ecosystem - Startup Road to Success
Friday, Nov. 17 | 11 a.m.-2 p.m. | Gannon's Center for Business Ingenuity, 900 State Street
Where are you at on the entrepreneurial road to success? Take a quiz and follow the right roadmap, meeting and talking to members of the entrepreneurial ecosystem that can help you on this journey.
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2. Indulge in new video resources to prepare for the Entrepreneurship & Small Business Certification Exam.
Gannon's Small Business Development Center and the Dahlkemper School of Business worked together to record video lectures on a variety of topics related to small business start-up and operations that align with topics on the Entrepreneurship & Small Business Certification Exam. Whether you are interested in small business startup, an existing entrepreneur, or a student looking to learn more about small business operations for future career paths, these pre-recorded videos are for you. You can use these videos to assist you in preparing for the industry-recognized ESB (Entrepreneurship & Small Business) Certification.
3. Learn more about the entrepreneurial ecosystem at Gannon University.
Gannon's Dahlkemper School of Business, Erie Technology Incubator (ETI), the Small Business Development Center (SBDC) and the NWPA Innovation Beehive Network are co-located within the university's Center for Business Ingenuity in the heart of downtown Erie. Synergies between these entities establish integrated relationships between students, faculty, professionals and entrepreneurs to provide first-hand knowledge and experience with starting businesses and growing start-up and existing companies.
Academic programs, internship experiences, community research and projects, as well as student-run businesses all happen right here. Find out more about Gannon's entrepreneurship program, and minor in innovation and creativity to propel your entrepreneurial aspirations.
See how you can empower change and lead business with the support of Gannon University's entrepreneurial resources.