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Entrepreneurship Hub

The E-Hub helps students and the Bentley community develop an entrepreneurial mindset and learn essential entrepreneurship skills

Supported by faculty and alumni entrepreneurs, the E-Hub nurtures the creative ideas of students and members of the Bentley community to address the consequential challenges of today - as founders, corporate intrapreneurs, family business owners, and more. We do this through: 

  • Connections with alumni entrepreneurs across many industries
  • Access to state-of-the-art resources
  • Opportunities for mentorship and personal growth
  • Programs and courses that promote an entrepreneurial mindset


E-Hub Initiatives


To inspire and inform members of the Bentley community about entrepreneurship

Upcoming and Past Events


To develop and support ideas for new ventures and build a community of entrepreneurial students

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Our Community

Executive Council

Work to ensure that the efforts of the E-Hub are delivering the skills and knowledge required for success today


Faculty Council

Contribute ideas for developing the entrepreneurship initiative and helps prioritize efforts and projects.


Recent Entrepreneurial Successes

Sustainable Sippin'

Shannon Fairweather ’20 and Daniel Linger ’17 Bring Sustainable Sippin’ to Bentley.

Statement Piece

Clothing line by Peyton Gadaire ’22 embodies  community, confidence and comfort.

Plugged In Business

Gabriel San Miguel '22 launches e-commerce platform to help local companies in Puerto Rico.

Designing a Dream

Leonardo Paul '20 and Joshua Elysee '21 create a clothing line to inspire and empower others.

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It's not about having a traditional business education OR an entrepreneurship education. Students need both. That is what Bentley delivers.
Todd Pavone '92
CEO and President of Virtustream

Student Clubs

Academic Programs

Female Student in Classroom

Entrepreneurial Course Offerings

Entrepreneurship is a popular discipline on campus among both business and arts and science majors. Given the interest in this topic, Bentley is continuously enhancing academic offerings to ensure students have the creative, management and organizational skills required to start their own business or join an emerging start-up. See how Bentley's minor in Entrepreneurial Studies delivers the knowledge to succeed in this fast-paced environment.

Entrepreneurial Studies Minor

For More Information

Sandeep Purao
Sandeep Purao
Professor, Information and Process Management

Sandeep's work involves the design of digital solutions for social good. His research has received external funding of $3 million from national agencies, foundations, and industry consortia. He has worked with a number of industry segments including finance, manufacturing and government agencies to design innovative solutions for organizational problems.