Gary S. Holmes Center for Entrepreneurship
The Holmes Center is the hub of entrepreneurship and innovation at the University of Minnesota that inspires, educates and connects the next generation of Minnesota's entrepreneurs. We mobilize the community and provide support for emerging entrepreneurs, both within and outside the University, through experiential courses and engaging outreach programs.
Largest Statewide New Venture Competition in Country
New Venture Concepts Evaluated in MIN-CORPS
Mentors Advising Students and Alumni
Student Founders in Entrepreneurship in Action Class
Celebrate the end of the school year with a showcase of entrepreneurial students and alumni sharing their progress and recognizing the Entrepreneurs of the Year. New this year will be a separate track of speakers at the inaugural Atland Ventures Summit - an event organized by the nation's first student-owned venture capital firm.
MN Cup is the largest statewide startup competition in the country, supporting emerging entrepreneurs from across the state through events, educational programming, and an annual competition.
MIN-Corps develops talent and catalyzes technology commercialization across the University of Minnesota through a series of courses, workshops and bootcamps.
Grow North is a resource and connection hub serving Minnesota's food and agriculture entrepreneur ecosystem.
WE* is a community of communities focused on supporting scalable women-led startups in Minnesota.