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2016 Babson Summer Venture Showcase Wellesley

2016 Babson Summer Venture Showcase Wellesley

2016 Babson Summer Venture Showcase Wellesley

15 startups will share their stories and present their business ventures.

Join us on Thursday, July 28 in Olin Auditorium for this year’s Summer Venture Showcase! Our teams from the Summer Venture Program Wellesley cohort will present their accomplishments, we hope to see you there! Register now >>

Registration opens at 1pm, opening remarks/presentations begin at 2pm.

The Summer Venture Program supports the most promising graduate and undergraduate entrepreneurs from Babson, Olin Engineering and Wellesley Colleges. The 10-week program provides participants with an entrepreneurial community and support, including work space, mentors, peer reviews, speakers, and other resources.

Here are the teams presenting: (Nicole Lakin M’17) is an easy-to-use web-based software platform designed to organize and streamline every barn’s program. Users can track horses’ work schedule, maintain detailed medical records, create monthly invoices and manage their barn’s entire calendar from their computer or mobile device.

Cleancult (Ryan Lupberger ’18 and Samuel Gaudet ’18) delivers the most effective, non toxic laundry detergent directly to your door monthly, so that you can feel clean, not chemicals.

Clubes de Ciencia Latin America (Luis Ortiz M’17 and Marcos Vinicius Tedrus Cezar Bento M’17) is a non-profit organization that brings scientists from top Universities in the world to teach STEM+IE sciences in Latin America.

Dkora Box (Isabella Soto M’16) is an e-commerce platform that reinvents the purchasing process of home goods by providing ready to buy curated boxes of essentials and décor per room.

DropZone (Courtney Wilson M’17) connects military veterans with independent, verified resources that are personalized to their needs and wants.

Fyor Interface (Joanna Geisinger M’17) aims to improve efficiency, accuracy and safety for surgeries that involve medical devices by creating a platform for hospitals and devices companies to share real-time data. This simple exchange of information will ultimately alleviate price pressure by reducing overhead cost for both segments and allow hospitals to continue making purchasing decision based on quality of care and not cost.

Hostel Point, Co. (Peter Creech M’17, Leo Robiglio M’17 and Ankit Newaskar M’17) is a booking platform with a social network element, where users can choose hostels based on mutual interests with other guests, and communicate and plan activities with each other
before they arrive.

LIXA (Michael Leahy ’18 and Jamie Steenbakkers ’18) is a waterless shave gel that’s a moisturizer, too – making it perfect to use on the go. You can shave without taking a shower or using the sink.

Load&Road LLC (Kazu Kawanobe M’16, Abhinav Sureka M’16 and Mayuresh Soni M’16) is the creator of Teplo. Teplo provides the next generation tea experience!

Lucky Ly (Lyana Kahn M’16) is a direct-selling company that creates flexible entrepreneurial opportunities for young women, providing them with the means to create their own jewelry and accessories business.

Melanites (Jennifer Pierre MSEL’16) is a toy company expanding representation and diversity in the toy aisles with the first line of boy dolls of color. Our new category of “Action Pals” and accessory kits inspire young boys to build their own personas and dream big. Our mission is to celebrate Brown Boyhood!

Raised Right (Braeden Ruud MSEL’16) delivers natural, human grade, custom portioned pet meals to pet owner’s doorsteps in raw or cooked form on a subscription basis.

Rapidocc (Chirag Shah M’16 and Ashok Vairavan M’16) offers a SaaS for medical clinics and practices. The application streamlines the after-hours call process for patients and providers, reducing time spent on each call, while improving patient satisfaction.

Terpi (Sam Barber ’16 and Robert Lally) is a cannabis infused beverage company that creates different effects. We aim to operate in as many states as possible through a licensing and lease program that provides financing for equipment.

At Think Board (Hanson Grant ’16) we help students, innovators, and entrepreneurs create a new thinking space by allowing them to turn any existing surface into a dry erase board. We help unlock personal and professional creativity in homes, offices and school classroom by overlaying Think Boards onto workspaces, walls and school desks worldwide.

Register now and follow all Summer Venture Program happens on Twitter, #babsonsvp! See you on Thursday, July 28!