JONES GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
Business Plan Competition
Rice team DexMat wins top graduate team in the 1st annual ALL Rice students Owl Open student startup competition
10 2013 Energy Venture Forum companies recognized at Rice Alliance Energy Venture Forum.
(L-R) Brad Burke, Rice Alliance; nCARBON, Inc.; Water Lens, LLC; Picasolar; Global Material Exchange (GMEX); Skyonic Corporation; Rebellion Photonics; Turbo Trac USA, Inc.; AdBm Technologies; MAR Systems, Inc.; Inventev
2012 Rice Alliance Most Promising Energy Companies
(L-R) Veros Systems, Inc.; Titan Oil Recovery, Inc.; Orbital Traction, Ltd.; NuMat Technologies, Inc.; Molecule Software, Inc.; Titralyte, LLC; Solid Energy Systems and 360Chestnut, Inc. Not pictured are iLumi Solutions, Inc. and Firefly LED Lighting.
Congratulations to NuMat of Northwestern University, Tabrez Ebrahim, Omar Farha, Chris Wilmar and Ben Hernandez. NuMat won $879,300 in richest business plan competition ever with $1.55 million in prizes.
Winners of the 2012 Rice Business Plan Competition, NuMat Technologies of Northwestern University ring the closing bell at NASDAQ OMX on Friday, Aug. 24. Pictured from left to right: Ashok Rao, TiE global chair; Greg Price, director, consulting solutions, PKF Texas; Ben Hernandez and Dr. Omar Fahra, NuMat Technologies; Brad Burke, managing director, Rice Alliance for Technology and Entrepreneurship; Tabrez Ebrahim and Chris Wilmer, NuMat Technologies; Cari Broderson, vice president of marketing of the Greater Houston Partnership; Gautam Ghandhi, Google; Alex Robinson, Insperity.
2013 Most Promising Life Science Companies winners: (L-R) Brad Burke, Managing Director of Rice Alliance; Viroxis, Sensulin, 1Molar, Phosplatin, CorInnova, Leonardo and Applied Regenerative (2). Not pictured are: PancreatRX, Aperion Biologics and Otometrix.
Rice University Team, DexMat, wins CASIS prize at 2015 RPBC, taking home $67,000 in total prize money.
KiLife Tech from Brigham Young University wins grand prize at 2015 Rice Business Plan Competition, taking home more than $700,000 in cash and prizes.
(L to R) Jordan Baczuk, CTO; Jeff Hall, CMO; Zack Oates; Spencer Behrend
2014 RBPC winner, Advanced Medical Adhesive from RWTH Aachen University, Germany, takes home $507,000.
Title sponsor Insperity cheers on winning team SiNode
Rice President David Leebron and Jones School Dean Glick cheer on Rice team, A-76 Technologies at Rice Business Plan Competition. The team took second, winning nearly $550,000.
Rice Alliance IT & Web Venture Forum recognizes 10 Venture Forum companies.
(L-R) Brad Burke, Rice Alliance; Virtuix; Global Material Exchange (GMEX); SmartVault; CheckedTwice; Theatro; Camperoo; Cinegif; Epic One; Embrace; GroupRaise.com
KiLife Tech from BYU wins 2015 Rice Business Plan Competition
Student entrepreneurs make their pitch at Rice
42 teams selected to vie for over $1M in prizes at Rice Business Plan Competition
Innovations in Virtual Reality and Aggregate Websites Garner Top Awards at Rice Alliance 12th Annual I.T. and Web Venture Forum
Rice University Business Plan Competition Winner, Medical Adhesive Revolution, Announces $2 Million Investment and Relocation to Houston
Bayou Startup Showcase 2015
Tuesday, August 11, 2015
1:30 PM to 5:30 PM
13th Annual Information Technology and Web Venture Forum
Thursday, November 19, 2015
8:00 AM to 9:00 AM
13th Annual Rice Alliance Energy & Clean Technology Venture Forum
Thursday, December 17, 2015
8:00 AM to 9:00 AM
, 2011, named
Start-ups to Watch in 2012 | Inc.com
sold to Adobe for $110 million
Are You a Human
New Ways to Captcha Bots
Announces Multiple Volume Launch Agreements for Next-Generation Magnetic Stripe Payment Cards
SmartSponge System Named 2011 International Design Excellence Awards Finalist
, 2008, Tech Titan award-2010, Frost & Sullivan Early Stage Investment of the Year Award-2011
, 2010, winner of NASA Game Changer Award
Veron Medical Tech
Launches New SPiN Drive Application for Bi-Planar Virtual Fluoroscopy View
fits entire trucking fleet of 300 with TrailerTails
, 2010, customer orders in excess of $2.2 million
Graduates from GreenStart, San Francisco’s Cleantech Accelerator
, 2003, Series B financing round generated $6.9 million
3 startups that showcase the future of chips
, 2010, finalists for the Prism Awards for Photonics Innovation.
, 2003, sells Helix, concrete additive, worldwide in 30 countries
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