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.


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

VentureLab: Transforms Georgia Tech faculty, research staff, and students innovations into companies. Learn more


Advanced Technology Development Center (ATDC): The state of Georgia’s technology incubator that helps entrepreneurs learn, launch, scale, and succeed in the creation of strong, viable startups in Georgia. Learn more

Engage Accelerator: Serves as a mentorship-driven accelerator to startups across the United States. Learn more


Georgia Minority Business Development Agency Business Center (GaMBDA): Helps Minority Business Enterprises (MBE) access capital, increase profitability, create jobs, and become sustainable. Learn more

The Contracting Education AcademyAssists 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

Economic Development Lab: Helps governments, communities, foundations, entrepreneurs, and small businesses foster value creation by applying innovative ideas, technology, and policy to initiatives focused on economic growth through programs such as its Center for Economic Development Research (CEDR), and the Science, Technology and Innovation Policy (STIP) group. Learn more

Georgia Manufacturing Extension Partnership (GaMEP): Works with manufacturers to innovate, increase top-line growth 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

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

Safety, Health, and Environmental Services (SHES): Provides a broad range of occupational safety and health training and consulting services to organizations in Georgia and the Southeast. 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