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Roll-2-Roll Technologies Launches Business

Nine out of 10 entrepreneurship companies fail, according to the Kauffman Foundation. Roll-2-Roll Technologies plans to be the other one out of 10.

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Web Guide Provides Next-generation Technology

Roll-2-Roll Technologies LLC (Stillwater, OK) rolls out ARIS, the next generation in web guiding technology.

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WeGoLook Takes Top Honor: Overall Innovator Winner Inspects Products For Far-off Buyers

WeGoLook won the overall award at The Journal Record’s Innovator of the Year event Wednesday.

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Innovator Profile: Roll-2-Roll Technologies LLC

Aravind Seshadri takes the old adage that time is money very seriously. So seriously that he started pursuing an idea to develop technology to solve existing problems while still attending Oklahoma State University. The fruit of his labor is his company, Roll-2-Roll Technologies LLC.

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Leading Progress: 21 Make The Cut As Journal Record Innovator Of The Year Finalists

From advancements designed to improve drug delivery technology and increase manufacturing productivity to products aimed to reduce the nation's feral hog population, this year’s group of honorees for The Journal Record’s Innovator of the Year program shows much promise.

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Spinning Off OSU Technology As A Startup: A Decade Of Work By Faculty And Grad Students Spawns A Business

What makes a successful entrepreneur is a topic studied as much as in business schools today, including Oklahoma State University's Spears School of Business, as pinpointing genetic mutations responsible for disease is in biomedical research.

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Oklahoma Startup Supporter Says 2014 Was A Significant Year For Oklahoma's Innovation Economy

This week, when we are between the old and the new year, I can’t help reflecting on the accomplishments of the last twelve months and anticipating all of the possibilities of the new year ahead.

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2014 LaunchOklahoma Program Participants & Attendance

With our 2014 accelerator program at an end, we want to give credit and thanks to everyone who contributed to making our 2014 LaunchOklahoma Open Accelerator Program a success. Here’s a look at our events and the companies who participated, presented, and attended.

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2014 Open Accelerator Wrap-up – Participants Share Their Experience

With our 2014 program at it’s end, we would like to thank everyone who attended our open accelerator workshops, seminars, and networking events during our 12-week program. In an effort to reach out to the local entrepreneurial community, we opened up our 2014 accelerator program workshops to local entrepreneurs. These workshops featured LaunchOklahoma mentors, sponsors, and leading, local professionals presenting on a range of business topics for startup companies.

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A Start-up’s Biggest Obstacle: Funding

I write a lot about access to capital. The obvious reason is that it takes money to start a business. But there’s a second really important aspect to the challenge of raising capital — fundraising really weighs down entrepreneurs.

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Fifteen Applied Research Projects Receive $3.5 Million In Awards From OCAST

Fifteen Applied Research applications chosen from a field of 39 were awarded $3,546,670 August 19 by the governing board of the Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology (OCAST).

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All Up In Your Science Business

The Oklahoma Proof of Concept Center (POCC), an i2E program, is designed to educate scientists, students, and entrepreneurs about the business of science with the goal of creating new and better entrepreneurs and businesses in the state of Oklahoma.

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Scott Meacham: Student Entrepreneurs Did Their Homework

I have a story. It’s the story of a handful of college students with remarkable focus and tenacity, a spinout technology from OSU, and $520,000 in Oklahoma-raised seed stage capital.

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Oklahoma Entrepreneurship: Roll-2-roll Spins Plan From Idea To Business

I have a story. It’s the story of a handful of college students with remarkable focus and tenacity, a spin-out technology from OSU, and $520,000 in Oklahoma-raised seed stage capital.

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OSU Student-led Business Is Growing

Roll-2-Roll Technologies, an Oklahoma State University student-led business founded in 2013, is growing thanks to raising a considerable amount of capital this summer.

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