Timothy Harlin’s teams were winners in each of the three Donald W. Reynolds Governor’s Cup competitions he entered as an OCU student.
A pair of enterprising i2E Fellows, Jared Rader and Jorge Marzola, took an idea to OU’s Startup Weekend and emerged with the winning team.
GovCup alum Stacey Brandhorst says she “took a flying leap” into entrepreneurship after obtaining her MBA from OSU last spring.
RaiseMore provides an interactive fundraising platform for organizations to allow their event participants and supporters to interact during a fundraising event.
More than 100 people helped us welcome Scott Meacham to i2E as our new President and CEO in a reception at the PHF Conference Center
Former i2E Fellow Howard Haines has created an innovative flip-flop sandal that is curved at the heel to make walking in it easier.
Five years after he became the first recipient of the OBR $5,000 scholarship, Eddie Coates still sees its impact of competition in his role at Chesapeake Energy Corp.
SBA regional advocate Caitlin Cain spent 90 minutes listening to concerns of Oklahoma entrepreneurs in a roundtable discussion at i2E offices.
Jay Omanson had a memorable GovCup experience in 2012, with his PristineCal team winning the Interview portion and him receiving the Paulsen Award.
The SeedStep Angels accelerate investment in Oklahoma by sharing deals and through co-investment with other groups and individuals.
Daniel Reches was part of a winning 2010 GovCup undergraduate team and a Paulsen Award winner who remains an Oklahoma entrepreneur three years later.
Even as venture capitalists retreat further from early stage opportunities, the important news for entrepreneurs is that angel investors continue to invest.
Oklahoma City’s continued economic strength is reflected in rankings and indexes of major U.S. metropolitan areas released this month.
In entrepreneurship, there are two words we hesitate to use — always and never. But, we’re going to make an exception with these words of wisdom.
Video contests have become a great way for companies to do some viral marketing while giving video makers the chance to win big cash prizes.
The Small Business Trends website offers interesting insight into the top 10 reasons why entrepreneurs need to write a business plan.
For startups on a limited budget, there are lots of creative ways to bootstrap an early stage marketing plan and gain valuable experience as you go.
Something jumped out at me as I read end-of-the-year and features over the past couple of weeks. It was the number of stories devoted to the issue of crowdfunding.
There’s so much wisdom to be gained from listening to Oklahoma entrepreneurs, we thought we would share some in this blog post.
Sir Isaac Newton’s second law of motion can be used by entrepreneurs to map out a “lean” startup strategy for their new ventures.