Georgia Tech's CREATE-X program, bolstered by generous philanthropic support, celebrates 10 years of building entrepreneurial confidence in students.

Parth Arora, Georgia Tech computer science senior and founder of Third Dimension Fitness, leveraged his entrepreneurial skills and CREATE-X’s resources to grow his startup, leading to its acquisition by Elbo as he prepares to join Apple’s VisionPro team.

These CS majors are best friends and have won several top prizes in student entrepreneurial competitions.

Lilypad Health, a startup opening doors to accessible, non-invasive care through an at-home, non-invasive menstrual blood screening tool, wins the 2024 Inventure Prize Competition.

Join Georgia Tech on March 13th, 7:30-9:00 p.m., to watch a new batch of undergraduate students pitch their innovative creations in this year’s InVenture Prize competition.

Students, faculty, and alumni are encouraged to apply to Startup Launch Summer 2024 and become one of the over 450 startups launched by CREATE-X.

CREATE-X hosts Legal Buzz, one of the program’s regular workshops, to give students an opportunity to speak with lawyers about startups.

Isabella Johns, 2021 Startup Launch alumna, bet on herself and built a community around dance through her startup.

Kendra Garcia, a recent Georgia Tech graduate in industrial design, GT Startup Launch 2021 and Female Founders participant, co-founded a startup that wants to make connecting customers to tattoo artists easier.

Georgia Tech Alumna Stephanie Smith coaches students in GT Startup Launch, using the knowledge she's gained from founding her own company, Social by Steph.