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The Center for Entrepreneurship and Economic Innovation fosters a vibrant and supportive atmosphere for our students, scholars and researchers as they drive to innovate, commercialize new technologies, and pioneer new companies that will impact our North Texas communities and the global economy for decades into the future.
UT Arlington highlighted student and alumni entrepreneurs and ecosystem resources at this year's virtual Global Entrepreneurship Week
Dr. Jeff McGee, from UT Arlington’s College of Business, moderated a conversation with student entrepreneurs about developing a business to have social impact. Winners of UT Arlington’s MavPitch competition discussed why being intentional about social impact is important to them.Watch the Panel
Matt Clark, Faculty Director at UT Arlington’s Center for Entrepreneurship and Economic Innovation, led a lively discussion with a diverse group of UT Arlington student entrepreneurs about how a focus on diversity shaped the development and growth of their businesses.Watch the Panel
The North Texas entrepreneurial ecosystem provides many opportunities to help entrepreneurial-minded students successfully build a business. Dr. Kim Mayer, Executive Director of UT Arlington’s Center for Entrepreneurship and Economic Innovation, spoke with leaders from several of these resources. Find out how to take advantage of the many resources available to help North Texas businesses grow.Watch the Panel
Serial entrepreneur and UT Arlington alum, Scott Parsinen, led a conversation with fellow UT Arlington alumni about their challenges and successes in starting and growing their businesses. Discover how appreciating the lessons learned every day helped them to gain the wisdom needed to become more successful in their business ventures.Watch the Panel
MAVS100 recognizes and celebrates Maverick-led businesses and success stories in UTA entrepreneurship.Learn More
Innovation Day celebrates and showcases the innovative, transformative research and undergraduate capstone projects being done by College of...Learn More
The UTA Libraries' FabLab is an 8,000-square-foot space containing 3D printers, laser cutters, screen printers, kilns, sewing machines, and much more...Learn More
UTA's Electrical Engineering Maker Space offers 3D printers, milling machines and more to bring ideas to life.Learn More
the Art & Art History Department at UTA offers an educational path that leads graduates directly into the economically viable packaging industry.Learn More
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Molly Sandlin is the founder and president of CAET Project Management and the 2020 winner of MAVS 100.
There is possibly not a more aptly named business than Frankly Good, a Dallas cookie startup from a guy named Frank.<br class="t-last-br" />Learn About Frank