Poole Students Among Lulu eGames Finalists
Poole College students were among on seven of the student teams that cleared the first round in last week’s Lulu eGames video pitch segment last week. These teams will next submit a five-page business plan and present an in-person pitch on Friday, March 23.
The final round of the annual enterpreneurship competition – Lulu eGames LIVE! – will be held April 5. Tickets for that event are here.
Following are teams with Poole College students, with their company names and brief descriptions.
321 Coffee is a growing coffee shop that is completely staffed by individuals with special needs.
- Elise Romola, Business Administration
Cao Hydrogen Electrolyzer
Cao is a new electrolyzer capable of converting water and electricity into hydrogen gas. Team members are:
- Oscar Llama, Business Administration
- Jake Trimble, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
- Frankie Womack, Business Administration
- Adam Reed, Business Administration
Corkboard Coffee+ is designed to make affordable, local art a permanent part of the morning coffee run for hundreds of thousands of people that otherwise have inconsistent access to it.
- Kyle Taylor, Business Administration
Freshspire is a network that connects food suppliers who have excess produce to restaurants who want to buy it at a lower cost.
- Thomas Armstrong, Management First Year
- Sofia Abdo, Business Administration
Mitramag aims to provide a first and only, low risk, leaky heart valve fix for dogs leveraging a patented device that provides curative results to the 8 million dogs suffering from heart disease.
- Oscar Llama, MBA
- Jake Trimble, graduate student, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
- Frankie Womack, MBA
- Benjamin Tennant, MBA
- Adam Read, MBA
Vital Guide is a vital sign monitoring system for hospitals to track patient health and location in the emergency department.
- Anthony Workman, MBA
Workout@Work is a digital, preventative health tool providing fitness and stress management for employees.
- Jelyse Dawson, MBA
This post was originally published in Poole College of Management News.