This ASU Startup Is DEMOCRATIZING Sustainable Agriculture Many aspire to grow...
Arizona State University
Arizona State University (commonly referred to as ASU or Arizona State) is a public metropolitan research university on four separate campuses across the Phoenix metropolitan area and four regional learning centers throughout Arizona.
ASU is one of the largest public universities by enrollment in the U.S. As of Fall 2018, the university had about 80,000 students attending classes across its metro campuses, including 66,000-plus undergraduates and more than 12,000 postgraduates.
The university is organized into 17 colleges, featuring more than 170 cross-discipline centers and institutes pursuing meaningful cutting-edge research; developing solutions to fight new diseases; studying implications of new discoveries on public policy and democracy; imagining creative placemaking; advancing equity and inclusion; and more. ASU has 350 degree options for undergraduates students, and more than 400 graduate degree and certificate programs.
Venture Devils Venture Accelerator | Entrepreneurship + Innovation
The Venture Devil program at ASU firmly believes that mentorship, funding, and collaborative spaces are critical to the success of launching new venture concepts. They have created a directory of networks that can provide not only the financial support you need, but also the training, mentorship, capital, and communities to help turn your big idea into a reality
ASU Venture Devils supports student, faculty and community entrepreneurs who are launching ventures within a wide range of developmental stages from ideation through commercialization. Venture Devils aims to catalyze the entrepreneurial success of founders by connecting them with Venture Mentors who provide regular, ongoing support.
Founders: Veronica Head, Nick Kandas, and Chandler Petrovich
Aquaponos is the brainchild of three ASU engineering students, Veronica Head, Nick Kandas, and Chandler Petrovich. The three came together for ASU’s Engineering Projects in Community Service program and decided to focus on solutions in the sustainable agriculture field. The team recognized that there were existing barriers to entry preventing the widespread adoption of aquaponics systems. Building a DIY system requires deep knowledge and experience, and other pre-assembled kits on the market don’t actually produce much food.
Founder : Tyler Fellman
Launched in 2017, Fellman Watch Co. designs affordable, resilient wristwatches that can be worn in the office and the outdoors. The company’s founder an ASU grad, Tyler Fellman, handcrafts every watch and has found the perfect balance between design and functionality for the fashionable outdoorsman.
An epic ASU grad startup: Wristwatches you can take ANYWHERE Contrary to...
Jonathon Barkl and Scott Fitsimones
Founded in January 2017, AirGarage aims to relieve the stress of parking, both emotionally and financially. The founders have created a community marketplace in which people can provide and utilize parking spots that are affordable and convenient, in the most difficult of areas.
AirGarage: The Startup Aiming To Revolutionize The Parking Industry We’ve all...