UCF UpStarts students Tyler Maragh and Camilo Parra just launched their KickStarter campaign for Tailored Styles. They create soft, eco-friendly socks made from the finest bamboo fiber. Customers create their own style, in comfort.
Last week, Hilary Clinton proposed a student loan deferral program that might help reduce debt and boost entrepreneurial endeavors. How will the political debate about student loan debt relief change the future of entrepreneurs?
The generation cheered for its start-up mentality is actually starting companies at the lowest rate in 25 years. Why?
On June 3rd, UCF electrical engineering student and entrepreneur, Joe Sleppy, won 2nd Place at the MegaWatt Ventures Cleantech Competition in Orlando, FL with his Capacitech Energy, LLC. According to the official MegaWatt Ventures Eventbrite page, MegaWatt Ventures is an annual clean technology business plan competition sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy’s Cleantech University […]
With an idea for a lightweight technology that helps reduce the size and weight of batteries that soldiers carry to power communications equipment in the field, electrical engineering student Joe Sleppy’s Capacitech Energy, LLC, won the annual UCF Joust New Venture Competition on Friday, April 15.