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Do you have an idea that you’d like to transform into a startup? Engineering Inc. is the College of Engineering's startup incubator to help students just like you take your entrepreneurial dream and make it a reality … we are there from idea to launch!

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Why join Engineering Inc.?

Not only are we located in the Zachry Engineering Education Complex, the heart of Texas A&M Engineering, but the benefits to your startup of getting involved early are simply undeniable.

Funding: Engineering Inc. gives teams staged levels of funding to bring the startups to life. By providing this early phase funding, we help teams mitigate some of the financial risks involved with early ventures.

Community: Momentum and progress are contagious! Your team will be surrounded by other high-performance teams in a vibrant startup community.  Our experience shows that successful teams feed off of one another and push each other to greater heights.

Expertise: Teams have access to Aggies with experience in starting and running businesses from the ground up. This includes the faculty and staff of the Engineering Entrepreneurship Program as well as the most incredible alumni network on the planet.  Teams have the opportunity to interact with high caliber mentors who have already walked the path to commercial success and are ready and willing to help guide and develop your idea, your business plan, and your team.

From designing your prototype to forming a team and creating a business model, we've separated our our process into three pathways.

Learn about the teams who are currently building their business models with the help of Engineering Inc.

This is the Aggie Network in action. We offer opportunities for former students to connect with current students and lend their expertise and experience.

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Location: Zachry Engineering Education Complex 415