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Pace Entrepreneurship Studio Brings Ideas to Life

Posted
October 7, 2022
Pace Entrepreneurship Lab seminar room

Got a great business idea and can't wait to share it with the world?

Don't wait for it, go for it.

Pace University and its faculty, together with AnD Ventures, are excited to establish an entrepreneurship program and community that will provide a unique proposition to Pace's students and alumni.

The Pace Entrepreneurship Studio (PES) supports new startups, from ideation to funding—from conception to operation. Our mission is to teach you the "how" and to support the "what"—providing students and alumni with a complete blueprint for establishing successful businesses.

Through the Studio students, faculty, and alumni are connected to international leaders and business professionals who can help them take their startups to the next level. PES' mission is to establish and foster student and alumni innovation and expose and develop new entrepreneurial opportunities. We provide abridged access to venture capital through special and professional sessions with the PES team and leaders from the New York City ecosystem.

Ready to get started?

Apply now and share your best and most compelling business idea. If your application is accepted, you'll gain access to:

  • Startup resources
  • Mentors
  • A customized roadmap for success
  • Funding
  • Professional business workshops 
  • Open work space

Apply now.

Want to learn more?

Visit the Pace Entrepreneurship Studio on Pace's NYC Campus. We're located in One Pace Plaza, rooms 405A and 407A.

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