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University of Baltimore
Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation

 

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The Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation encourages and supports entrepreneurial learning among students, alumni and faculty. CEI directly assists and supports students and young alumni interested in building or growing an enterprise. This is accomplished through support, culture, competitions, events, education, research, and relationships within the business community. 

UB Business Student, Arts and Sciences Alumna Win Top Awards for Entrepreneurs at National Urban League Competition

Competitions

The Center sponsors two business pitch competitions each year. The coaching team prepares students and recent alumni for local and national competitions as well.

Next Competition Submission Date: Attman Business Prize, Oct. 16, 2016

University of Baltimore Attman Hatchery

Entrepreneurship AT UB

University of Baltimore was built by entrepreneurs, for entrepreneurs. The Center encourages and supports entrepreneurial learning among students, alumni, faculty and the Baltimore area entrepreneurial eco-system. We assist and support building and growing enterprises.

 

Bob Parsons, B.S. '75, D.H.L. '08, founder and executive chairman of Go Daddy

“Never stop investing. Never stop improving. Never stop doing something new.” - Bob Parsons, B.S. '75 (accounting), D.H.L. '08, founder of Go Daddy and current member of the company's Board of Directors. 

 

Bob Parsons is a serial entrepreneur. He sold his first company to Intuit, Inc. in 1994. Three years later Parsons started Jomax Technologies, renaming the company GoDaddy in 1999. In 2000, GoDaddy became an ICANN-accredited domain name registrar. He and his wife Renee created The Bob & Renee Parsons Foundation to provide critical funding to non-profit organizations. The Parsons reinforced their commitment to philanthropy in December of 2013 by publically accepting an invitation to join The Giving Pledge, an initiative started by Bill and Melinda Gates and Warren Buffett. They pledged to give away at least half their wealth – and likely much more – to philanthropic causes.