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COB Students Win Pirate Entrepreneurship Challenge

Pirate Entrepreneurship Challenge final round winners Camden Bathras, left, and Steven Lipscomb present their idea to the judges at the Murphy Center on Thursday, Feb. 22, 2019. (ECU Photo by Rhett Butler)

Seven teams compete for more than $77,000 in cash and prizes

Seven Teams Advance to the Final Round of the Pirate Entrepreneurship Challenge

Photography by Rhett Butler

Student entrepreneurs will compete for more than $75,000 in cash and in-kind services.

Calling Future Entrepreneurs: Pirate Entrepreneurship Challenge Scheduled

First-round voting was recently held for the Pirate Entrepreneurship Challenge, a campus-wide event put on by the College of Business’ Miller School of Entrepreneurship.

This year’s challenge has increased prizes of more than $75,000.

First National Bank to sponsor new award for Pirate Challenge finalist

New sponsorship designed to impact successful entrepreneurs in rural North Carolina.

Miller School of Entrepreneurship inducts 26 into degree program

The Miller School of Entrepreneurship in the College of Business held its second induction ceremony Friday, Sept. 16, 2022, in the ECU Main Student Center. In total, the Miller School […]

New fund available for Pirate entrepreneurs

Jamerus Payton and family celebrate the win. (ECU Photo by Cliff Hollis)

The new Pirate Entrepreneurship Fund (PEF), announced last week, will invest in companies with a direct relationship with East Carolina University. To learn more about it, you can follow this […]

Hillhouse set to be first entrepreneurship degree awardee

Senior Brady Hillhouse at the Bate Building. (ECU Photo by Cliff Hollis)

A high bar has been set.

Third Pirate Challenge finds its winners

ECU PEC Final Round award winners Felipe de Araujo, center, Mallory Miles and Ryan Butcher.(Photo by Rhett Butler)

North Carolina’s largest entrepreneurship challenge awards more than $100K in cash and in-kind services

ECU/Miller School win award for entrepreneurship innovation

Other national educators see the same potential in the program that ECU did

Women’s Entrepreneurship Week

Miller School celebrates week with a panel discussion