University of Georgia senior Jack TerHaar liked having a clean car and hated working at his bar job in downtown Athens. That was the inspiration behind Detail Dawgs, TerHaar’s car detailing business and the winner of the UGA Entrepreneurship Program’s third annual Venture Prize Competition. TerHaar, who studies real estate and finance at the Terry […]
Terry College of Business faculty collaborated on three research projects receiving funding from the 2023 round of Presidential Interdisciplinary Seed Grants at the University of Georgia.
It begins with an idea. Specifically, an idea designed to solve a problem — something that fills a consumer need. Then comes customer discovery — do others see value in the solution? Once product-market fit is verified, then comes pitching. Lots and lots and lots of pitching — selling the idea to anyone who might […]
Throughout our history, the Terry College of Business has been deeply impacted by the generosity of alumni and donor friends who helped us build Terry and enhance the college’s reputation.
Six teams of Terry College Management Information Systems and FinTech Certificate students spent Oct. 13-14 at UGA’s Studio 225 in an immersive learning experience created and hosted by Truist. Students worked with IT leaders at Truist, IBM, FlowX and Amazon Web Services to help solve technology infrastructure problems. (Photos by Jacob Catibog and Emma Fender)
UGA’s Terry College of Business students tackle realistic case studies in their classes every day but recently had the chance to work with IT leaders at Truist, IBM, Amazon Web Services and FlowX.AI to solve real-world challenges facing the banking and financial sectors.
There’s nothing wrong with a white shirt and khakis, but what if you could turn it up a little? That’s the argument behind Antigua Threads, a handmade belt and bag company co-founded by a University of Georgia public relations student. “What if the dullest part of your outfit could become the most unique, vibrant and […]
The growth of Hailey’s Healthy Hangout and Garfinkel’s dedication to her mission helped win over judges at the University of Georgia Entrepreneurship Program’s Health and Wellness Pitch Competition on Nov. 8 at Studio 225. Garfinkel and Hailey’s Health Hangout’s executive director Michael Lewis took home the $10,000 grand prize.
When Kristen Dunning, a Georgia Full-Time MBA student and founder of Gently Soap, launched her sensitive skincare brand in 2021, she made a goal to appear on Shark Tank in 2025.
From software for reporting sustainability metrics to makeup that can stand up to a day in the gym — students from Southeastern Conference universities are creating business ideas to shape the future.