Entrepreneurship + Innovation

Do you have an idea for a product or service that could solve a problem, fill a need or enhance people's lives? Entrepreneurship + Innovation at Arizona State University connects you to the information, resources and people that can help you turn your ideas into reality.

Whether you're toying with a concept in your head or you've already built a team and launched a venture, E+I can help propel your entrepreneurial aspirations. We provide a wide variety of opportunities to explore, share, test and advance your ideas. And we serve as a connecting and collaborating resource for entrepreneurs at all stages across ASU and throughout the Valley of the Sun.

Develop an entrepreneurial mindset

degrees, resources, programs

Connect and collaborate

events, communities

Turn your idea into reality

mentoring, funding, spaces, commercialization

What is an Entrepreneur?

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ASU Entrepreneurship + Innovation is one of 12 organizations to win the Kauffman Inclusion Challenge in order to increase our work to engage diverse entrepreneurs from a variety of backgrounds, ensuring that our communities are reaching their full potential.

News + Events

Too many children are victims to drowning or near-drowning accidents every year in Arizona. Just on Thursday alone, there were three reported incidents. One turned to be fatal. Drowning is the second leading cause of death in children under 15 years old, and that's why one Valley man decided to create a smart lock for pool gates. It all began with a tragic story that pushed Kevin Hale and his business partner to figure out a way to make pools safer. "He heard a story once of a mom who put a child down for a nap," said Hale. "She went to the…


Thursday, October 18, 2018 - 4:00pm to 6:00pm

ASU’s E+I Networkshops bring together faculty and staff to engage in discussion about how E+I initiatives are being crafted and adapted to support student success, academic departments, operating units' goals, faculty teaching and research.

Thursday, October 18, 2018 - 5:00pm to 7:00pm

Who: All ASU faculty and graduate researchers are encouraged to attend. Dr. Brent Sebold, an ASU I-Corps co-PI, will facilitate the sessions.