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BrickStreet Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship

The BrickStreet Center aims to promote entrepreneurial education, community engagement and economic development in our community and state. Jordon Masters, past winner of the Business Plan Competition and founder of Micro Genesis, grew his innovative business idea into a successful startup.

Read Jordan's story.

What we do

 We seek to educate B&E students, faculty and staff about successfully identifying and navigating entrepreneurial opportunities.

BPC winners

Business Plan Competition

The West Virginia Collegiate Business Plan Competition affords students around the state the unique opportunity to make a business idea come to life with the support of state institutions of higher education and seasoned business professionals from around the country.

Business Plan Competition
Lemonade Day

Center Activities

The Center engages in a number of activities and programs that promote innovation and entrepreneurship.

See our recent activities

Entrepreneurship Minors

With an Entrepreneurial Studies Minor, students will have a stronger foundation for a career in a variety of businesses large or small.

Entrepreneurial Opportunities
Clayton Peachey

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Degree Program

The Entrepreneurship and Innovation major provides the skills and knowledge for students to start new ventures and contribute to organizations that launch new products and enter new markets.

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west virginia business plan competition

Why Compete?

Get the education, skills, contacts and motivation necessary to create a viable start-up company in West Virginia. Winners receive $10,000 cash in addition to accounting, legal and virtual or physical incubator space.