— Peter Shankman, founder of Help A Reporter Out (HARO), angel investor, and entrepreneur.
At IEEE, we believe technology entrepreneurs are key drivers of tomorrow’s innovations and are integral to advancing technology for humanity. As an association with over 400,000 members worldwide, we seek to foster the entrepreneurship spirit by:
It sounds so simple, but there are many options available to you! If you identify yourself with any one (or more!) of the following:
We invite you to take the leap…The IEEE Entrepreneurship community is at the forefront of turning ideas into successful businesses. We make it priority to help our members not just launch, but grow their ventures and facilitate the networking and mentoring of those who have the passion to translate their vision into reality.
The IEEE Collabratec™ Entrepreneurship Community brings together individuals who have a passion for all things entrepreneurial. Here you can debate ideas, receive feedback, network, and tap into the minds of successful entrepreneurs and founders. The community is available to the public and requires the creation of an IEEE Collabratec profile.Learn More
IEEE Entrepreneurship Portal is your online resource for growing your ideas and finding IEEE activity relevant to startup companies and founders. You will also find innovative tools, informative resources, and a local and regional event schedule.Find a local or regional event
IEEE N3XT® events are designed to inspire tech startup founders, investors, and service providers. The events provide a forum for in-person networking while motivating attendees to improve their businesses. Whether you participate in-person or virtually, the event harnesses the passion of entrepreneurs through discussions of how to turn ideas into inventions — and ultimately success stories.Learn More
IEEE is the world’s largest professional association dedicated to advancing technological innovation and excellence for the benefit of humanity. IEEE and its members inspire a global community through IEEE’s highly cited publications, conferences, technology standards, and professional and educational activities.
IEEE, pronounced “Eye-triple-E,” stands for the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. The association is chartered under this name and it is the full legal name. To learn more about the association’s name, for more information please read the History of IEEE.