6-9 minute video case studies that cover real and relevant startups.
Authentic and interactive video interviews with founders.
Educational resources that accompany each video.
What are Professors saying?
“I have benefited from using the G51 cases as a programmatic supplement to my existing ‘speaker series’ formatted content." - Mark Bunting
“It was great to supplement our study of strategic management with G51EDU case studies that were current, relevant and that covered local Austin companies." - Kristin Spindler
“I would recommend the G51 materials to anyone who is chartered with incorporating entrepreneurship within an existing body of curriculum.” - Mark Bunting
“I would recommend G51EDU case studies to students learning about entrepreneurship as well as to colleges and universities wanting to enhance their business programs with up-to-date examples of entrepreneurs growing their businesses.” - Kristin Spindler
What are Students saying?
"Video experience is beneficial for understanding the information."
"Thank you for providing pertinent life advice."
"Quality resource for upcoming entrepreneurs."
"Engaging alternative content is always easier to follow than textbook content. Love you all investing in students."
"Simple & Straightforward"
"I liked the equity calculator!"
"Very helpful visual. Thank you so much for your time. The content engaged me to learn more about entrepreneurship! "
"A lot of information condensed, but the examples were helpful."
Fostering Higher-Order Thinking & Self-Efficacy
Introducing The Entrepreneurial Mindset
Analyzing, Evaluating, and Creating are fundamental to the Entreprenurial Mindset. Entrepreneurs are constantly analyzing the landscape and data, evaluating a path forward, and creating and executing a solution or plan of action. We believe, that by exposing students to real entrepreneurs and their companies we can light the path from where they are to where they want to go.
Integrate custom modules and quiz banks into your learning management system.
Customize our lecture slides, use as is, or not at all.
Engage students in deeper discussion while working through real-world problems.