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CATEGORY: Enterpriseworks
CATEGORY: Enterpriseworks

Intel will include EnterpriseWorks graduate Personify’s new software in Windows computers outfitted with Intel’s new RealSense 3D camera, the companies announced Tuesday at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

CATEGORY: Enterpriseworks

Brett Walker, co-founder of recent EnterpriseWorks graduate startup Electroninks, was named to the Forbes "30 Under 30"  2015 in Manufacturing "who are modernizing the way things are made in a greener, tech-savvy world."

CATEGORY: Enterpriseworks

The EnterpriseWorks graduate known as "TrakBill" has changed its name - slightly - and is continuing with nationwide expansion, reported the St. Louis Business Journal. 

TrackBill, co-founded by University of Illinois alumnus Steve Marciniak - a former EnterpriseWorks intern - is based in St. Louis.

CATEGORY: Enterpriseworks
CATEGORY: Enterpriseworks
 East Central Illinois University Center Incubator Study Summary

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. – A study of business incubators across the state of Illinois reveals that efforts to support entrepreneurship are robust and growing – but the ecosystem could benefit from more collaboration and knowledge-sharing.

The report includes a comprehensive assessment and analysis of the diverse range of activities undertaken by Illinois incubators: their distinctive missions, economic needs and technological opportunities. It also reveals best practices.

CATEGORY: Enterpriseworks

Three of the top four prize winners in the 14th Annual Cozad New Venture Competition have based their operations in the EnterpriseWorks incubator: Rithmio, Lumenous, and Inscites Research.

CATEGORY: Enterpriseworks

Rithmio, a startup building advanced fitness wearables technology that is based at EnterpriseWorks, was the focus of a Sunday feature in the (Champaign) News-Gazette business section.

CATEGORY: Enterpriseworks

In the days since EP Purification won the Clean Energy Challenge $100,000 grand prize, the interviews keep rolling in. In today's media coverage, the News-Gazette reports on what the EnterpriseWorks-based startup plans to do with its winnings. 

Company CEO Cy Herring said the winnings will be invested into product development.

"I am surprised that we won the challenge since there were a number of companies involved with very good ideas for clean energy," he said.

CATEGORY: Enterpriseworks

EP Purification, a startup commercializing microplasma technology developed at the University of Illinois, was profiled in the (Champaign-Urbana) News-Gazette Sunday edition on March 23. 

The startup was founded by Gary Eden and Sung-Jin Park, both faculty members at the University of Illinois. It is a finalist in the upcoming Clean Entergy Trust competition.