The Center for Entrepreneurial Innovation relies, in part, on community contributions to advance its mission of supporting entrepreneurs at all stages - from its high school initiatives and student incubator program to the client companies it assists on a daily basis. To learn more about how to become a sponsor of CEI, please fill out the form on this page to get started!
The City of Buckeye is committed to quality and service. The organization dedicates itself to serving Buckeye through a variety of city services designed to promote quality of life, responding to the needs of the community by promoting communication, accessibility, pride and responsibility, and continuing to evaluate its services and ourselves to ensure quality, planned and managed growth. More info: buckeyeaz.gov.
The Coleman Foundation is a private, independent grant maker that supports the awareness and promotion of self-employment through entrepreneurship education programs that help create a new generation of business owners. In partnership with NACCE, the Coleman Foundation awarded CEI and nine other organizations across the country financial awards to advance their respective entrepreneurship programs in fall 2014. More info: colemanfoundation.org.
The City of Phoenix implements Phoenix's vision for economic prosperity through its high value-added economic development programs, partnerships, and innovative opportunities to create quality jobs for the community. The organization awarded CEI a CDBG grant in spring 2015 to expand its legal services for local entrepreneurs in the mission of job creation for low-to-moderate income individuals. More info: phoenix.gov.