Mickey Goodman


Successful entrepreneurship programs offer more than just class work. They include extracurricular programming, venture formation resources, incubation of nascent ventures and acceleration of promising ventures. e2Advisors can help set all these components up for you.

Wes Bray

Whether a degree, a major, a minor or a concentration, e2Advisors have the experience to help you develop an entrepreneurship curriculum that fits within your academic guidelines.


"e2's customized approach and strategic insight enabled Catawba's Ketner School of Business to launch CEED (Center for Entrepreneurship and Experiential Development) right on schedule. This is a critical initiative for us to compete in attracting the kind of innovative students we want our graduates to be."

e2Advisors first works with you to determine what resources for an entrepreneurship program exist now on campus or in your community. Then e2 develops a plan for enhancement and expansion that the administration and trustees can approve.


e2Advisors works with your team to start the program up and then stays with you over time to monitor your progress, update you on industry best practices and recommend new concepts and ideas.


e2Advisors: the experience to enable you to succeed

Mickey Goodman and Wes Bray are multiple-time entrepreneurs themselves, and relevantly, have years of experience in academic environments. Wes spent several years working with the Yale Entrepreneurial Institute as the Lead Venture Mentor of this cutting edge on-campus incubator/accelerator. Mickey spent 14 years teaching at the Stern School of Business at NYU and currently teaches entrepreneurship at the Savannah College of Art & Design. Together, they bring both curriculum development and program development experience to bear for e2's academic partners.


Dean, Ketner School of Business, Catawba College