Nate Noncent, a senior health sciences major at Quinnipiac, works on his smart walker, a responsive walker that senses obstacles and has an auto-braking system, Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2016 in the Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurship in the School of Business on the university's Mount Carmel Campus.  (Autumn Driscoll / Quinnipiac University)

The Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship

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Overview

The Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship strives to support the determination of students and entrepreneurs at Quinnipiac. It’s an ideal place to dream up, research and grow ideas.

What We Do

Through the support of Quinnipiac's nationally-recognized School of Business, the center taps into the expertise of experienced business professionals, advanced research capabilities and access to business capital. The center provides advisory services and workshops in legal, finance, research, marketing, design, business plan development and start-up mentoring.

The center offers the Quinnipiac community both professional resources for entrepreneurial projects and a physical space to turn ideas into reality. The comfortable and versatile space allows for entrepreneurs to get their projects off the ground by offering a location for everything from brainstorming to meeting potential investors.