The Enterprise Innovation Institute (EI2) at Georgia Tech has programs to help startup companies, industry, the public sector, and students improve their competitiveness and increase their economic impact.
|Advanced Technology Development Center (ATDC): incubator that provides coaching, connections, and a community to foster the development of technology startups in Georgia. Learn more||Innovation Corps (I-Corps): prepares scientists and engineers to extend their focus beyond the laboratory and foster entrepreneurship that will lead to the commercialization of technology. Learn more|
|The Contracting Education Academy: assists government contracting officials and private industry personnel who are pursuing government contracting opportunities with the appropriate methodology for increasing small business contracting and subcontracting. Learn more||Innovation Strategy and Impact: fosters local economic development and drives innovation within communities. Learn more|
|Energy Management and Technology Program: utilizes research by world-renowned faculty and conducts projects with startups, industry, and the public sector to assist the overall state and federal mission of managing energy consumption. Learn more||Integrated Program for Startups (GT:IPS): provides training and support to Georgia Tech faculty and students interested in launching companies based on Georgia Tech intellectual property. Learn more|
|Flashpoint: helps early-stage startups minimize risk and accelerate growth through a process called Startup Engineering. Learn more||Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA) Business Center: helps Minority Business Enterprises (MBE) with accessing capital, increasing profitability, creating jobs, and becoming sustainable. Learn more|
|Georgia Manufacturing Extension Partnership (GaMEP): helps manufacturers increase top-line growth and reduce bottom-line costs through strategic planning, innovation management, process improvement, ISO standards, sustainability, and energy services. Learn more||Southeastern Trade Adjustment Assistance Center (SETAAC): provides federal funding to manufacturing firms that have experienced declines in employment and sales as a result of import competition. Learn more|
|Georgia Tech Procurement Assistance Center (GTPAC): helps Georgia businesses identify, compete for, and win government contracts in order to sustain and grow their businesses. Learn more||Startup Ecosystems: helps governments, communities, foundations, entrepreneurs, and small businesses foster value creation by applying innovative ideas, technology, and policy to initiatives focused on economic growth. Learn more|
|health@ei2: transforms the health-delivery system by helping professionals, employers, and consumers achieve higher-quality and lower-cost healthcare solutions. Learn more||VentureLab: transforms the innovations of Georgia Tech faculty, research staff, and students into companies. Learn more|