Listen to our latest edition of i2E’s Outloud Podcast, where we feature Tailwind’s Danny Maloney and how he build this fast-growing business in Oklahoma City.
Recently Scott Meacham sat down with we to share his thoughts about WeGoLook, economy platforms and Oklahoma City versus the Silicon Valley. Mr. Meacham is the former State Treasurer of Oklahoma.
College students can earn $6,000 for 10-week fellowship Contact: Darcy Wilborn, Director i2E Fellow Program, (405) 813-2424 or email dwilborn@i2E.org For the seventh consecutive year, i2E, Inc., is offering 10-week paid fellowships this summer for Oklahoma college students at entrepreneurial companies in the Oklahoma City and Tulsa areas. The i2E Fellows program is open toRead more
State’s presence at international event provides opportunities for small, local companies. By Scott Meacham I recently attended my first Biotechnology Industry Organization annual convention. BIO International is the world’s largest biotech gathering, and the scope and scale of this event was startling. A lot of times we see the word “international” stuck into the nameRead more
AT&T has created a video that focuses on i2E client Sway Medical of Tulsa and its innovative smartphone app that measures balance as a critical clue to the brain health of athletes as a tool for the prevention of concussions.
Blake Trippet had a very good year in 2010. Then a senior at the University of Oklahoma, Trippet was team leader for team UniPhi, which won the Undergraduate Division of the Donald W. Reynolds Governor’s Cup business plan competition.
The Buffalo Lounge came to town this week in a networking event that provided a preview of things to come next month in Austin, Texas. This year’s Buffalo Lounge event will take place at the SXSW festival on March 7-16 in Austin.
Editor’s note: i2E’s Michael Kindrat-Pratt, a Venture Advisor and manager of the SeedStep Angels investment group, recently spoke on angel investing at an event for entrepreneurial investors at The Forge in Tulsa.