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i2E Student Generated Pulse, University of Central Oklahoma Oklahoma Business Roundtable Manufacturing, Material Sciences, and Transportation XtremeMarine, University of Oklahoma AT&T IT/ Communications CMR Innovations, LLC, St. Gregory’s University Greater OKC Chamber Healthcare Raw, University of Oklahoma OG&E Positive Energy and Environmental AerOcean, The University of TulsaRead more
AerOcean The University of Tulsa Team Leader: Philip McCoy; Team Members: Josh Donaldson, Jared Starkweather, and Gann Swan Faculty Advisor: Todd Otanicar Blue Ear Oklahoma City University Team Leader: Jennifer Floan; Team Members: Arezou Motamedi and Ahmed Muneeb Faculty Advisor: Robert Greve CMR Innovations, LLC St. Gregory’s University Team Leader: Melanie Rinehart Faculty Advisor: Angela James EncrypTech The UniversityRead more
Brews & Views University of Oklahoma Team Leader: Kevin Dunham; Team Members: Nik Patel, Dillon Schooley, and Betsy Slagle Faculty Advisor: Doug Woodward ListenUp! University of Oklahoma Team Leader: Matthew Cassady; Team Members: Bradley Ammerman, Kim Moldenhauer, and Morgan Roberts Faculty Advisor: Lowell Busenitz Magnetic Solutions Inc. Northern Oklahoma College Team Leader: Gregory Cusick; Team Members: Edgar Delgadillo and Brenna LaneRead more
Alpha St. Gregory’s University Team Leader: Taqui Adouko; Team Members: Abdel Diallo, Stacy Lee, and Mark Milioto Faculty Advisor: Mayda Shorney Back-Spin East Central University Team Leader: Miranda McNabb; Team Member: Matthew Butler Faculty Advisor: Stacey Bolin Carmine Solutions Rogers State University Team Leader: Alyssa Deal; Team Members: Nathan Bedford, Kathryn Glenn, and Jared Strain Faculty Advisor: Charles Atkins Gourmet GrubRead more
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
Team Owlpal Healthcare from the University of Tulsa won first place in the Undergraduate Division at the 2014 Donald W. Reynolds Tri-State competition in Las Vegas.
The Donald W. Reynolds Governor’s Cup collegiate business plan competition teaches students what it’s really like to take an innovative idea and build a business plan.
The most difficult aspect of helping develop a winning business plan is to step back and let it fail, said assistant business professor Amber Hefner at Oklahoma State University.
Some top business plans helped propel teams from the University of Tulsa to first place in a couple of divisions in the 10th annual Donald W. Reynolds Governor’s Cup competition for Oklahoma college students.
For the second consecutive year, a team from OSU-OKC won the Small Business Division of the Donald W. Reynolds Governor’s Cup, while University of Tulsa teams also swept first place in both High Growth Division categories.
Concepts proposing an innovative putter for golfers, an alarm for parents of children suffering from asthma and a mammoth shooting sports range all were recognized as top business plans the annual Donald W. Reynolds Governor’s Cup.
Oklahoma college students showed their entrepreneurial skills in the 2014 Donald W. Reynolds Governor’s Cup business plan competition with nearly 50 teams submitting exciting new concepts across a wide range of industries.
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.