Wells Fargo presents continued funding for the Entrepreneurship Pioneers Initiative (EPI) at the recent EPI Alumni event: Financing Growth.
Providing social entrepreneurship expertise to local businesses as well as future entrepreneurs at Rutgers Business School.
Professor Jeffrey Robinson speaks in front of a packed auditorium of social entrepreneurs at the second New Jersey Social Entrepreneurship Summit in Newark.
Cheryl McCants, President & CEO of Impact Consulting Enterprises, www.eimpactconsulting.com, graduate of the Entrepreneurship Pioneers Initiative (EPI)
Holly Kaplansky, owner of Minuteman Press Newark, http://www.mmpnewark.com/, graduate of the Entrepreneurship Pioneers Initiative (EPI)
Jacquie Wilson, owner Professional Home Staging and Design, www.ProfessionalHomeStagingNJ.com, graduate of the Entrepreneurship Pioneers Initiative (EPI)

The Center for Urban Entrepreneurship & Economic Development

The Center for Urban Entrepreneurship & Economic Development (CUEED) is the first center of its kind in the nation to integrate scholarly works with private capital, government, and non-profit sectors to develop citywide resources and bring renewed economic growth and vitality through urban entrepreneurship. We promote and foster a new generation of urban entrepreneurs who actively seek socially conscious urban renaissance. 

Our mission is to build a world-class research-driven, teaching and practitioner-oriented urban entrepreneurship and economic development program that will transform the economy of the City of Newark, New Jersey, and other urban centers; create wealth in urban communities; and be a model for all urban universities.

Our vision is to be the world’s leading Center for innovative thinking and research on entrepreneurial activity in urban environments. As such, we work across constituencies to create new knowledge and tools that build thriving urban communities.

CUEED provides various types of assistance to entrepreneurs in different industries. You may use this directory to search for service providers/products. (Please note that CUEED is not responsible for the services and/or products that are offered by the businesses or for the content of their website. If there is any inappropriate content please notify us.)

Other CUEED Initiatives

  • CUEED Pipeline to Inclusive Innovation (CUEED PII)
    CUEED PII, The Rutgers University Center for Urban Entrepreneurship and Economic Development’s (CUEED) Pipeline to Inclusive Innovation (PII) Initiative aims to increase the number of under-represented inventors, scientists and technology-focused Minority Business Enterprises (MBEs) engaged in federally-funded innovation and technology programs. CUEED PII is a federally funded initiative of the U.S. Minority Business Development Agency.
  • Newark Business Hub
    Newark Business Hub, a Rutger Business School CUEED program, is a networked accelerator dedicated to empowering media and arts entrepreneurs that are focused on growing their business faster, better and stronger.
  • Black and Latinos in Technology
    The Black and Latino Tech Initiative (BLT) is a 3-month long “pre-accelerator” for founders of color to develop critical skills, develop relationships and refine business ideas to attract capital investment. The goal of BLT is to assist Black and Latino founders with admission into accelerators or to attract significant capital investment and to develop a pipeline of Black and Latino technology entrepreneurs for our established venture capital partners.