About the Peter T. Paul Entrepreneurship Center (ECenter)

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The ECenter is intentionally independent of any one college on campus. We are here for all students, faculty, staff, researchers, and alumni. The ECenter’s goal is to continue building the positive and supportive ideas/innovation/entrepreneurial culture. We create opportunities for engagement through new co-curricular programming, and support existing academic, student, university, and independent initiatives.

We support any stage of idea and start-up development—any discipline or industry, from technology, to social entrepreneurship, to consumer products/lifestyle, and everything in between! Like most university entrepreneurship centers, the ECenter’s focus is not solely on helping to support the creation of start-up companies. We also focus on helping individuals and teams to understand the process to see problems and find a range of possible ideas and solutions. That learning experience is invaluable to everyone in any career.

We are grateful for, and acknowledge, the financial support and shared vision from Peter T. Paul to create the ECenter. Likewise, we thank the Wildcatalysts Network for its support of programs and projects.

Please come over to see our space, engage in all that we offer, meet your peers, be inspired, and explore your ideas! Join our mailing list to keep informed on all ECenter news and happenings!

UNH Entrepreneurship Center (ECenter) (05/06/2017)

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UNH offers a wide range of academic courses for undergraduate/graduate students in the areas of entrepreneurship, innovation, and venture capital from all of its 7 colleges on campus.

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Explore Ideas. Ideas into Actions. This early stage focus provides multiple opportunities for early stage engagement into all things related to ideas, innovations, and entrepreneurial endeavors.

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Actions into Ventures. Providing resources to assist in validating ideas, products, innovations, or inventions from technology and services to social ventures or lifestyle products.

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Early stage ventures require the ability to expand with human and financial capital.

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