Timothy Harlin’s teams were winners in each of the three Donald W. Reynolds Governor’s Cup competitions he entered as an OCU student.
MedEncentive founder and Chief Executive Officer Jeff Greene is subject of this week’s Executive Q&A feature in the Oklahoman.
Crossroads LED provided an innovative new type of “dimmable” LED lighting for Tulsa’s Performing Arts Center.
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.
Nine Oklahoma-based finalists have been selected for an elevator pitch competition next month at the SXSW Festival in Austin, Texas.
Nine interactive Oklahoma startups have been selected for an elevator pitch competition at the SXSW Festival in Austin, Texas.
i2E President and CEO Scott Meacham talks about his vision for the company on this week’s editions of the Oklahoma Innovations radio show.
The Tulsa Business & Legal News features i2E Venture Advisor Mark Lauinger in its Spotlight on Success story on Feb. 8.
GovCup alum Stacey Brandhorst says she “took a flying leap” into entrepreneurship after obtaining her MBA from OSU last spring.
i2E funding helps Oklahoma companies like Moleculera become successful with critical capital early in their business lifecycle.
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.
The South Central Climate Science Center provides information and tools to allow citizens to adapt to changing conditions on local and regional scale.
At i2E, we combat the “valley of death” with a continuum of “smart” capital that moves with an entrepreneur from milestone to milestone.
Goldfire Studios is Oklahoma City’s only video gaming developer, and has created a casino game that includes role playing features.
Buzzam started with a daydream that software developer Josh Wright had of a TV channel that only played movies from his personal DVD collection.
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.
The nonprofit i2E Inc. has approved Oklahoma City-based EpimedX LLC for $200,000 in matching financing through its Concept Fund program.
Entrepreneurs, marketers and business strategists will gather Friday at OU’s CCEW for Startup Weekend to create something new.