EGHI/GT Hack COVID-19 Virtual Event

As COVID-19 creates unprecedented challenges that have never been seen before, the Emory University and Georgia Tech communities had the opportunity to help. See a full list of winners from the virtual hackathon. 

CREATE-X

This is what we do

Building the Future

Startups that have gone through the CREATE-X initiative have created dozens of new jobs, generated tens of millions of dollars in revenue, secured institutional financing, and run successful crowdfunding campaigns. These startups serve both large corporate customers and hundreds and thousands of consumers.

CREATE-X Updates

<p>Joyelle Harris and Kevin Johnson</p>

Joyelle Harris and Kevin Johnson have both received faculty promotions in the Georgia Tech School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, effective July 1, 2020.

Jackie Nemeth

School of Electrical and Computer Engineering

404-894-2906

June 1, 2020
Atlanta, GA

A CREATE-X team is developing wearable technology to track children that wonder off.

Albert Snedeker, Sr. Communications Manager
albert.snedeker@cc.gatech.edu

May 28, 2020
Atlanta, GA
<p>EGHI/GT Hack COVID-19</p>

Teams presented innovative product ideas to a group of judges from the tech, business, and healthcare fields

Georgia Parmelee

Georgia Tech College of Engineering

404.385.0181

May 19, 2020
Atlanta, GA

Our Programs

CREATE-X offers entrepreneurship programs for all students, from incoming freshmen and undergraduate students of all years, to masters and Ph.D. students. The programs are organized into three categories: LEARN, MAKE and LAUNCH.

LEARN

LEARN provides knowledge through experiential learning, exposing students to startup concepts and teaching them the methodology of evidence-based entrepreneurship.

MAKE

MAKE helps students build the skills and technical expertise to overcome technological challenges that exist to turn their idea into a working product.

LAUNCH

LAUNCH provides students the funding, mentorship, and confidence to launch their startups and take their products to market.