COhatch provides $500,000 in services for Miami University entrepreneurial activities

COhatch, a rapidly growing central Ohio-based company that develops shared work and social spaces, recently announced an in-kind gift of $500,000 in professional services to Miami University’s Farmer School of Business.

According to this announcement, scholarships for use of COhatch’s locations will continue to be awarded over the next three years to outstanding Miami University students and graduates pursuing entrepreneurship. The Farmer School of Business will also be able to utilize COhatch’s locations across the United States as meeting and event space for alumni and entrepreneur events, industry innovation meetings, faculty offsite meetings, and educational events for the community.

Miami’s John W. Altman Institute of Entrepreneurship was again ranked as one of the top 10 public undergraduate entrepreneurship programs in the world for the 14th consecutive year. In the less than 30 years since the program was founded, graduates have founded nine unicorns.

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