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“Remember The Member” wins StartUp Series tech pitch competition By Samuel Hardiman © 2016 BH Media Group, Inc. Remember the Member, an app designed to help people remember each others’ names in social networking situations, won first place in the Tech/App StartUp Series competition Wednesday evening. Evan Tipton and Will Edwards, founders of the startup,Read more
REU awards provide funding that allows undergraduate students from institutions across the state to perform research at Oklahoma’s comprehensive research campuses (OU, OSU, TU, SRNF) during the summer months. Students benefit from hands-on research experiences in STEM fields and one-on-one guidance from faculty mentors through the program.
Roll-2-Roll Technologies Adapts Sensing Technology Copyright © 2016 YTC Media STILLWATER, OK — In September 2015, Roll-2-Roll Technologies released the ARIS Web Guiding System. ARIS automatically adapts to any materials, requires no set-up, calibration or other manual adjustment operation, and can now be experienced in line, contrast and center guiding. One sensor can now handle any web guiding. InRead more
Tulsa’s StartUp competition is getting a face-lift a decade after its inception. Tulsa Community College and the Lobeck Taylor Family Foundation have re-branded it the StartUp Series as part of an evolution to better suit the needs of today’s entrepreneurs.
Sometimes, Oklahoma investors don’t realize the great opportunities for early-stage companies that exist in this state. When Oklahoma money goes “off-shore” to invest in entrepreneurs, startups, and innovation in Texas, Colorado or California, we need to speak up and remind people to take a good hard look at the early stage opportunities that exist right here before they help create jobs and wealth in some other state.
Tulsa entrepreneurship makes strides, but work remains for business creation By Robert Evatt Copyright © 2015 BH Media Group Holdings, Inc Things have been going well for Two Guys Bow Ties — the Tulsa clothing accessory company has been featured on “Shark Tank” and uncrate.com, its products have been worn by celebrities seen at the MTVRead more
Innovation has a long history in Oklahoma business By Scott Meacham Copyright © 2015, The Oklahoma Publishing Company As a kid growing up in rural Oklahoma, one of the highlights of my young life was getting to go to “the City” and see my grandparents. Of course my brother and I enjoyed being spoiled byRead more
In Oklahoma City, Entrepreneurs Aim to Create the Next Cool Startup Scene By Anna Hensel, Inc.com For U.S. cities looking to become the next big tech hub, it’s not enough to just recruit eager entrepreneurs. Cities also have to attract the employees (coders, designers, salespeople) who can keep the startup afloat. A fine example of oneRead more
Dr. Elaine Hamm, vice president, Accele Biopharma Inc., will lead the students in the Who Wants to Be workshop where they will learn the basics of writing and presenting a business plan, including what investors are looking for in an entrepreneur.
Scott Meacham: OKC would benefit from new fiber network By Scott Meacham Copyright © 2015, The Oklahoma Publishing Company Oklahoma entrepreneurs should be pinching themselves upon hearing the news this week that Google may bring high-speed fiber to Oklahoma City. Because, frankly, they need speed. They want to build their ideas right in their ownRead more
Tulsa-based 36°N leverages power of place By Scott Meacham © 2015 BH Media Group Holdings, Inc. There’s a grassroots trend afoot in entrepreneurship that’s really gaining steam. I’m going to call it the Power of Place. This idea starts with the concept of critical mass. In physics, critical mass is defined as the amount ofRead more
i2E participates in $1.5 million financing round in WeGoLook with $249,000 follow-on investment Oklahoma City-based WeGoLook provides crowdsourced field inspection and verification services for individual and enterprise clients by dispatching an on-demand network of more than 20,000 “Lookers” to capture key information about assets or perform custom tasks via its web and mobile platform. Contact:Read more
Finding a new name for innovation in Oklahoma City By i2E Vice Chair Stephen Prescott Copyright © 2015 The Oklahoma Publishing Co. What’s in a name? That’s what I thought as I sat with more than 200 others at the Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce retreat earlier this month. We had gathered for a daylongRead more
Local startup Tailwind is growing and hiring tech talent, but not just in Oklahoma City. The Pinterest analytics company also has an office in New York City and recently hired its first person in Seattle.