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The E-Clinic at Suffolk University is the intersection between academic disciplines and the Boston entrepreneurial community. The E-Clinic leverages the knowledge and passion of undergraduate entrepreneurship majors and other disciplines to assist small businesses and startups accomplish various objectives including: new opportunities, growth, product development, planning, etc. Click the button below to view details about the E-Clinic program:
The Center for Entrepreneurship’s E-Lab supports academic curriculum and community programs with 3D printing. The E-Lab is located in One Beacon in room B102 and has three FormLabs Form 1+ 3D printers. If you are currently a student at Suffolk University and want to use the equipment or gain a better understanding on 3D printing, please stop by or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Does your idea have what it takes to be the next big thing? Sign up for the Dr. Sushil Bhatia Competition for Innovative Ideas and find out. Submit your new product idea, and you’ll be competing for $100,000 in capital seed funding and in-kind services.
The Center for Entrepreneurship holds workshops and seminars throughout the year that are open to the public. Please take a peek at our Community page to learn more about any upcoming events.
Suffolk University's Sawyer Business School is proud to partner with Boston Tax Help Coalition to provide free tax preparation and filing for low-moderate income families in the Boston area. The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) center is located in the heart of the Center for Entrepreneurship and is open during tax season. Sawyer Business School and Suffolk Law School students are trained and certified by Boston Tax Help staff and then volunteer at least 30 hours per tax season to prepare and help review returns. Sawyer Business School faculty also volunteer their time to serve as site coordinators and reviewers. For over 10 years, Sawyer Business School has also provided computer lab space for training volunteers for all Boston Tax Help sites. For more information about site hours and the mission of the Boston Tax Help Coalition, visit bostontaxhelp.org.
Suffolk Law School’s Intellectual Property & Entrepreneurship Clinic (IPEC) provides free legal services to appropriate clients with limited resources on issues relating to new and emerging businesses, with a focus on intellectual property (copyrights, trademarks, patents, and trade secrets). Advanced law students provide a broad variety of intellectual property and transactional services. Representative clients include entrepreneurs, inventors, scientists, designers, software developers, Web publishers, cloud service providers, artists, authors, filmmakers, and musicians, who may be individuals, for-profit businesses, or nonprofits. This innovative law clinic provides students with the hands-on, practical experience needed to navigate the rapidly evolving fields of intellectual property and entrepreneurship. With direct supervision, IPEC students hone the fundamental skills of counseling, advocacy, transactional practice, applying best practices, and establishing high ethical standards. At the same time, IPEC helps entrepreneurs and artists protect and commercialize their IP and other assets.