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Crummer-founded venVelo II Invests in ecoSPEARS, a Florida-based Cleantech Developer
The investment from the Florida-focused venture fund will help scale breakthrough technologies to protect people and the planet against ‘forever chemicals.’
Crummer’s Dr. Pete Wants to Help You Find Your Life’s Purpose
For Crummer Entrepreneur-in-Residence Pete McAlindon, helping connect people with their purpose and others is his ikigai.
Venture Plan Competition Winner Ostrich Looks to Gamify the Personal Finance Industry
Ostrich, founded by William Glass ’14 and Andrew Holliday ’13, leverages social networks and gamification to teach users good money habits.
Getting to Know the 2022 Crummer Venture Plan Competition Semifinalists
The annual Venture Plan Competition, hosted by Crummer every year since 2015, is Central Florida’s largest, most comprehensive, and most prestigious business plan and pitch competition for startups.
VenVelo Launches New Fund to Support the Local Start-up Community
Co-founded by Crummer faculty, venVelo II hopes to build on the success of the first fund.
Crummer Rollins Venture Plan Competition Serves as Launchpad for Local Startups
Former Crummer Rollins Venture Plan Competition winners go on to generate millions in revenue and employ hundreds of people.
Crummer Student Entrepreneur Team Launches Company from Capstone Project
Exhalence is looking to take a NASA-patented nanosensor technology to market, creating a breathalyzer for monitoring glucose levels.
Mindstamp Wins $25,000 Grand Prize at the 2021 Crummer Rollins Venture Plan Competition
___ is the 2021 Crummer Rollins Venture Plan Competition winner.
Crummer Receives Grant from Orange County to Help Diversify Central Florida’s Economy
Funding will be directed towards the School’s entrepreneurship programming, specifically in helping diversify our economy through entrepreneurship.