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News stories about Studio G ventures and success

Sharks bite at data security idea during Aggies Shark Tank

LAS CRUCES - As the fifth and final presenter, Robert Herrera, co-founder and CEO of Hatch, was able to get a couple of sharks to bite, accepting a deal that would invest up to $200,000 in his company. “Today we live in an interconnected world that none of us are...

Arrowhead lands Daniels Fund grant

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center has received a two-year, $350,000 grant to support entrepreneurship education from the Colorado-based Daniels Fund. The funding will help expand the reach of Arrowhead Center’s education and training...

NMSU Arrowhead Center to host first Aggie Pop-Up

Clients of New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center and Studio G will be selling their wares ranging from jewelry and clothing to art and salsa at the first Aggie Pop-Up in downtown Las Cruces. The pop-up event will be from 5-7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 6, on Main...

NMSU expands startup program to branch campuses

Michael Webb, a third-year game design major at New Mexico State University’s Grants campus, will spend half of this spring semester preparing for commercial launch of his first mobile gaming app. The Grants native won a $4,200 sponsorship from Studio G, NMSU’s...

NMSU’s Studio G expansion will aid student entrepreneurs

LAS CRUCES - Students across the New Mexico State University system with an idea for a business now have access to an online entrepreneurship curriculum and network of expert advisers, thanks to Arrowhead Center’s Next Generation Entrepreneurship program. Known as...

Into the Shark Tank: Aggies pitch ideas to area investors

LAS CRUCES - Carlos Murguia, pitching his business idea to a room of possible investors, cut to the chase. “What are we here for today? To make money, so let’s get started!” the New Mexico State University student and entrepreneur said before his five-minute...