The Flemming Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation inspires H-SC students and faculty members to create new ventures. It serves as a hub that empowers students to use their liberal arts foundation to harness the skills and knowledge necessary to pursue their creative visions and become entrepreneurial market leaders.

Located in the Brown Student Center, it provides a professional base to collaborate with the director, visiting entrepreneurs, and other founders who offer expertise, encourage constructive creativity, and provide mentors and support. Offering programs that include workshops, guest lectures, and excursions, as well as the Tiger’s Den New Venture Incubator, Farmville Collegiate Accelerator, and the H-SC Venture Fund, the Flemming Center can help members of the H-SC community accelerate their path toward successful venture creation.

We are proud to act as a network node for H-SC’s many entrepreneurial alumni. Please contact the director, Dr. Andrew C. King, to join the network of alumni entrepreneurs and industry mentors.

Hampden-Sydney’s education sets you up very well for entrepreneurship, especially in small business. I have to wear many hats in a day: accountant, copywriter and marketing person.

Hunter Hopcroft ’10, entrepreneur

Tiger’s Den New Venture Incubator

Students can enroll in the Incubator to increase their access to mentoring from expert entrepreneurs and funding networks as well as structured instruction on the stages of venture creation. The semester-long incubator program—ideal for aspiring founders at the nascent stage of venture development—culminates with a pitch competition and cash-prize seed funding for the top performing founders.

Tiger's Den Incubator

Farmville Collegiate Accelerator

Incubated students can enroll in the Farmville Collegiate Accelerator. This program is a collaboration with Longwood University, the Town of Farmville, and H-SC. The Accelerator provides dedicated time and space for bringing together diverse entrepreneurs to collectively scale their seed-level ventures. Instruction in the program offers founders the opportunity to dig deeper into the best practices in their chosen industry and forge connections with experts in their field.

  • H-SC/LU Partnership Awarded $600,000 Grant

    January 27, 2022


    Director of the Flemming Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation Andrew King and his partners with the Longwood University Small Business Development Center have been awarded a grant of more than $600,000 for their Project Seed-Innovation Hub.

    Project Seed

Flemming Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation


Andrew King, Director
(434) 223-6408
aking@hsc.edu
Brown Student Center
Hampden-Sydney, VA 23943

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