Entrepreneurial Programs at Texas A&M

Bob Starnes

Tuesday, May 13th, 2014

Featured Speakers:
Bob Starnes, Director Aggie Angel Network & Dr. Richard Lester, Executive Director of Texas A&M’s CNVE

Center for New Ventures and Entrepreneurship (CNVE)
The Center for New Ventures and Entrepreneurship, a part of Mays Business School’s Department of Management, provides encouragement, education, networking and assistance to entrepreneurially-minded students, faculty and Texas businesses.

Aggie Angel Network

The Aggie Angel Network (AAN) is a not-for-profit corporation dedicated to providing quality early-stage investment opportunities for accredited angel investors, and to assisting early-stage high-growth potential technology companies with fundraising and advisory services.

Startup Aggieland

Startup Aggieland is a student business accelerator that provides qualified students of all majors with a peer-led startup community of like-minded entrepreneurs and co-working spaces to explore game-changing business ideas. Texas A&M University does not take equity stakes in student startups. Students’ intellectual property is theirs to keep if developed in the accelerator.