Thursday January 21, 2016 0 comments
FORT COLLINS -- Colorado State University’s Venture Accelerator announced its fourth cohort of student companies marked the completion of their first semester, with nine of 12 companies moving into the second semester.
The companies, which include those offering a medical device, next-generation tractor, social media app and health care software, spent the first semester learning lean startup methods and conducting more than 100 customer interviews to determine the viability of their business ideas.
The remaining companies will spend the second semester generating revenue and focusing on launching their ideas, CSU said.
The Venture Accelerator is a program of the Institute for Entrepreneurship, part of CSU’s College of Business. To learn more about the program, click here.
CSU also announced its first 3 Day Startup program to support CSU students interested in entrepreneurship and creating their own startup company on Feb. 19-21.
Similar to a hackathon or startup weekend, 3 Day Startup will gather 40 students to learn entrepreneurship through hands-on experience of starting a company in just three days, CSU said.
More information is available here.