Sign up for a 30 minute consultation session with a lawyer from Baker Donelson in the Hatchery.
This is a great opportunity to discuss your business and get advice from a legal professional. This event is free for students--an incredible value for the legal aid you will receive.
Come be a part of the 7th annual Entrepreneurship Village! The Entrepreneurship Village is a chance for you to meet Belmont's student and alumni entrepreneurs. You will have the opportunity to meet the owners and hear his/her business pitch! We will showcase the innovation, creativity, and success of our outstanding entrepreneurship students and alumni. Businesses in every phase will be represented: the idea phase, early start-up, and revenue generating.
Registration for the Village is open until March 22nd.
Students, sign up by March 18 to receive university approval to participate.
To register, click here
House Of is having a 3rd birthday celebration as well as a celebration of the Belmont Blvd community. They are teaming up with all of the businesses on the stretch of Belmont Blvd to celebrate everything the street has accomplished, as well as inviting other local Nashville companies for pop-ups! They are also partnering with Do615 and offering a sweepstakes with prizes up to $300 and two 4 day passes to Bonnaroo—we’ll be posting about that in more detail soon (link to the sweepstakes below). It’s going to be a day full of great food, live music, games and fun!
As a part of the 36|86 Entrepreneurship Festival, this event gives students a platform to access funding, marketing support, and community and corporate resources for their startups. The goal of the pitch competition is to support the launch of viable student businesses, and prize money of up to $25,000 will be awarded!
Applications are due by May 31st. Please email BelmontETP@Belmont.edu to discuss your letter of recommendation required for the application.
10 Entrepreneurs will compete for thousands in cash prizes in this Shark-Tank Style competition. A panel of expert judges will provide valuable feedback and pick the winners. The top three finalists will have the chance to move ahead and compete against other universities at the Launch TN University Venture Challenge in August.
Jordon Washington is a senior Entrepreneurship major at Belmont. He created College in Color, a coloring book designed for college students to reduce stress and anxiety. He is currently working on some new social impact projects and will talk about how he has used his entrepreneurship training to help students with their mental health.
Looking to meet other Belmont entrepreneurs? Join us at our bi-monthly founder meetups. We’ll have light refreshments and an open conversation for our founders to meet each other.
Since this meetup is during Homecoming, we are inviting alumni business owners to come and join the conversation!
What does it really look like to run your own business? Come find out with CEO and founders of Red Pepper and Concept Technologies. We’ll tour the office, meet the staff, and hear first-hand from the founder about his story as an entrepreneur. Limited to 20 students.
Belmont alum and former men’s basketball player Drew Hanlen will speak about his experiences as a young entrepreneur. Hanlen is the founder and owner of Pure Sweat Basketball, which provides training services for players from grade school to NBA players.