What is IEI?
The Innovation and Entrepreneurship Institute (IEI) at the Fox School of Business promotes a bold entrepreneurial and daring innovative spirit across Temple University's 17 schools and colleges. Through a combination of inventive classroom education, workshops, conferences, customized mentorships, and events, IEI provides students the skills, resources, and courage to disrupt business as usual.
What's more, Temple University Entrepreneurship Academy (TUEA), run by IEI, collaborates with faculty across the campus to enhance entrepreneurial knowledge, engagement, and practice in all the schools and colleges.
IEI is where students bravely pursue their biggest ideas and transform them into businesses that defy expectations and shakeup the rules of the game.
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Events and News
November 27, 2018
Do you have an idea that can make an impact? The Social Entrepreneurship Summit Competition is open to: • New…
November 27, 2018
Temple University Social Entrepreneurship Summit: Featuring New York Times Bestselling Author – ANAND GIRIDHARADAS
Top-Down vs. Bottom-up: Where does the real impact lie in social entrepreneurship Anand Giridharadas is the author of The True…
November 30, 2018
Temple University MS and MBA students and alumni are invited to join us for a Networking Night at MakeOffices 17th…
June 19, 2018
Entrepreneurship at Temple is going campus-wide—and the Temple University Entrepreneurship Academy (TUEA) is at the helm of this effort. The…
May 17, 2018
The Lori Hermelin Bush Seed Fund Call for Submissions The Lori Hermelin Bush Seed Fund supports ideas and models that advance…
April 24, 2018
UniFi, a mobile app focused on financial wellness and onboarding, won the Bernard and Murray Spain Grand Prize at the…
I'm a Temple guy. I wrote a chunk of my business plan for honeygrow at Alter Hall, and the business is very much a #TempleMade concept.
Justin Rosenberg, honeygrow
Participating in the IEI’s Be Your Own Boss Bowl competition was one of my most memorable experiences. I would constantly reach out to my mentor for advice. I ultimately placed 2nd in the competition and received a $10,000 prize.
Neha Raman, Rungh
My time at the Fox School really allowed for me to explore realistic options by building some foundational knowledge and confidence. Temple University and the Fox School have opened up many resources that led to the official launch of my company.
Jared Cannon, Simply Good Jars
IEI has allowed me to expand my knowledge on good Entrepreneurship and given me the opportunity to network with respected business strategists in the Philadelphia area.
Camille Bell, Pound Cake