Strengthening Princeton's entrepreneurial ecosystem
Princeton Entrepreneurship Council (PEC) engages with all entrepreneurially minded Princetonians in all sectors and with all types of corporate structures. PEC supports the Princeton entrepreneurial ecosystem through programming, mentoring and funding. New programs being introduced this year will expand programming in entrepreneurship for faculty, postdoctoral researchers and graduate students.
In a move that strengthens Princeton University’s continuum from research through entrepreneurship, in early 2020 PEC became part of the Office of the Dean for Research, which is Princeton’s home to Innovation and the home office for Vice Dean for Innovation Rodney Priestley.
PEC continues to strengthen:
- Connections between Princeton’s underrepresented minority and women founders and possible funding sources
- Its many signature events, including our TigerTalks, Tiger Entrepreneurs Conferences, OfficeHours and more
- Programming in Arts and Entrepreneurship to support the synergies and collaborative potential of entrepreneurship and the creative arts
“We look forward to continuing the growth of the Princeton Entrepreneurship Council through entrepreneurial education programs designed for our faculty, postdoctoral researchers and graduate students.”
—Anne-Marie Maman, Executive Director, Princeton Entrepreneurship Council