Dr. Craig Shimasaki shares his perspective on why he and 70 other Oklahomans attended the annual BIO trade show last week in Chicago.
After searching for the ‘perfect’ internship, OCU’s Jorge Marzola found his place as an i2E Fellow for the Spring 2013 semester.
Check out a Facebook photo page from last weekend’s GovCup oral presentations as we await the results at Thursday night’s Awards Dinner.
A recent Thumbtack.com Small Business Friendly Survey confirmed what we already suspected about Oklahoma. It’s a small business friendly state.
There was a buzz to the PHF Conference Center today as i2E conducted two workshops simultaneously for slightly different audiences of entrepreneurs.
If there’s one thing an entrepreneur needs to understand about the due diligence process, it’s this: Investors invest in people, not in business plans.
Tulsa’s Channel 8 newcast features Medefy and its innovative concept designed to help businesses lower health care costs for employees.
Click on the website of Tulsa’s Native Geothermal and you might learn a thing or two. Like how geothermal heating and cooling works.
Due diligence is not simply about legal documents and background checks, it’s information that puts the opportunity together for potential investors.
i2E’s Jay Sheldon is working to make sure that “what happens at SXSW doesn’t stay at SXSW” through networking and workshops.
It’s a story often told. The entrepreneur thinks investors are trying to artificially tamp valuation down. Investors see risk and don’t want to overpay
Before he entered his first Governor’s Cup competition, Rocky Chavez already was a successful entrepreneur with Brickshaw Buggy business.
Shawnee’s Perk Dynamics and its AutoPerk automatic barista was featured on Oklahoma City’s KFOR “Is This a Great State or What?” feature.
The secret to growing a successful business is identifying potential customers early in the process of creating a new venture.
The countdown to the 2013 Buffalo Lounge Pitch Competition included a special pitch practice at the i2E offices last week for entrepreneurs.
Kauffman Foundation’s State of Entrepreneurship 2013 address speaks to the challenges and opportunities in financing new and young companies.
Round 2 of the Presidential Innovation Fellows program is accepting applications for nine projects, five new and four in second phases from Round 1.
i2E’s work in graphic design and video production was rewarded with a silver and 3 bronze awards at the 2013 OKC ADDY awards dinner.
i2E’s lead Entrepreneur-in-Residence taught a workshop called Financing High Impact Ventures for a group of Tulsa entrepreneurs.
There are virtually no limits to the benefits that an effective and committed Board of Directors can bring to a startup company.