Who's it for?
NC ventures and companies, from early stage startups to scaling businesses, apply to the Clinic with specific business issues and needs.
What problem does it solve?
Many business founders lack the resources to perform necessary research and business development, making it difficult to identify weaknesses and areas in the business in need of development.
How does it help?
Partner companies are matched and meet with NC State student teams to evaluate company weaknesses, and develop and execute a strategic plan to help the company solve a specific business need.
Housed in HQ Raleigh, one of the Triangle’s largest co-working hubs, the Entrepreneurship Clinic immerses students in an entrepreneurial ecosystem. Much like a medical student observing and learning from a surgeon in an operating room, clinicians observe and learn from startup founders. Partner ventures apply to the Clinic with specific business issues and needs. Student teams meet with companies, evaluate their weaknesses, and develop & execute a strategic action plan to help them solve a specific business need.