The program, launched last year, provides entrepreneurs who are accepted with a long-term team of seasoned mentoring executives who help them with advice across a broad range of business activity. Applications are due June 23.
Student entrepreneurs from college campuses across Oklahoma pitched winning business plans online to virtual panels of judges in the recent Loveís Entrepreneurís Cup competition that awarded $158,000 in cash prizes and scholarships.
Through Cage, the Oklahoma native is trying to help creative teams solve their biggest challenge and gain more of their most precious resource: time.
Near-term plans and programming look to continue the positive momentum built by area stakeholders as MAPS 4 projects begin to take shape over the longer term.
On April 22, one OKC-based entrepreneur will go home with $100,000 of seed money at the Rise of the Rest Road Trip event. Applications are due Feb. 24.
Students from the organization Loveworks created an augmented-reality game system, which starts with a wristband. In the metro, the bands are sold at OnCue Express stores.
To celebrate Global Entrepreneurship Week in Oklahoma City, Creative Collisions is coming to Oklahoma City Thursday, November 21st from 6 to 8 p.m., at Angry Scotsman Brewing.
Ryan Albee and Adam Giddens started Fuse3 Solutions in 2013 after working together twice previously.