CNVE is proud to work with corporate partners from a wide range of industries, including banking, consulting, human resource management, investment and financial services, and performance management. We strive to provide these advisory council members with a competitive advantage through their participation in our activities.
Benefits to Members of the Advisory Council
Exposure to A&M Commercialization Efforts – The center works closely with the TAMU Office of Technology Commercialization (OTC) and the student startup community. Members have the opportunity to interact with the OTC and student entrepreneurs and participate in its activities.
Exposure to Texas A&M Faculty – The center plans faculty-oriented events focused on commercialization and the latest research advances. Members will have the opportunity to participate in these events as presenters and attendees.
Support Recognition – Members may choose to list their organization name and logo on CNVE’s website and in printed materials for center events such as Aggie 100 and Entrepreneurship BootCamp for Veterans with Disabilities.
Event Invitations – Members receive advance invitations to participate our events, including judging competitions like the MBA Venture Challenge or attending dinners to honor disabled veterans or recognize our Entrepreneurial Leadership Award winner.
Students – All advisory council members receive access to our best and brightest entrepreneurship students, through presentations at our meetings, judges tables or other CNVE events.