Nspire Program Accepting Tech Entrepreneurs for 2012

Gwinnett Business Journal TV (GBJ TV) visited Gwinnett Innovation Park last week to learn more about the Nspire Program and the opportunities it offers for tech entrepreneurs.  Nspire is designed to provide Atlanta-based technology entrepreneurs with the resources and facility to succeed. Applications are taken on an ongoing basis. For more information or to download an application to become part of the Nspire Program emailapplicant@gwinnettinnovationpark.com. See the video tour to learn more.

GBJ: Gwinnett Innovation Park Gives Life to Entrepreneurial Dreams

Starting your own business is never easy.  Sometimes the small, recurring costs are what drown a small company before it ever has a chance to succeed.  Gwinnett Innovation Park (GIP) is a unique, affordable, low risk space alternative for start-ups, entrepreneurs and independent professionals

Leland Strange, CEO of Intelligent Systems, is one of the main financial supporters of GIP.  An entrepreneur most of his life, Strange felt the need to pay it forward for others with ambition and a dream.

“We provide a work space but we also provide one-on-one time with successful entrepreneurs to give them the feedback and examine real life experiences of what has worked for them and what hasn’t.” Strange said.

GBJ TV takes you on a tour of the office park and through the new eHub Nspire program on campus for technology entrepreneurs that provides them no cost office space for a year.


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