Can Ann Arbor become the next big thing in high tech? Story by Julie Halpert Photos by Benjamin Weatherston Grace Hsia, a 23-year-old graduate student at the University of Michigan, thinks she has the next big business idea and she spends most of her waking hours making sure it succeeds. • As an undergraduate engineering […]
“Grace Hsia is passionate about saving infant lives. So passionate she decided to become an entrepreneur and enroll in the University of Michigan’s inaugural Master of Entrepreneurship class. When Hsia was a materials-science engineering student at the university, she discovered some sobering data from the World Health Organization.” – By Amy Haimerl, June 02, 2013 […]
Tim Faley has a few ideas on what it takes for an entrepreneur to get a business off the ground and grow – and how an advanced business degree can help. Faley, 56, is managing director of the Samuel Zell & Robert H. Lurie Institute for Entrepreneurial Studies, housed at the University of Michigan’s Stephen […]
Warmilu benefited from working with optiMize. It’s wonderful that our community has programs like this to bolster social entrepreneurship. Click here to read more.
Co-founders Rachel Rademacher and Shwetha Maddur are currently writing the grant proposal for Saving Lives at Birth Competition. This competition was made for Warmilu! More Info Here!
Warmilu won the Most Needed in Market Award at the Green Light Business Competition! This just helps remind all of us how important our cause is to spread the warmth and keep infants warm.
Have you heard of the Green Light Business Model Competition? Warmilu was just named a finalist! Winners will be announced on March 13 so stay tuned!
Concentrate just featured Warmilu in an article about our upcoming clinical trials and commercialization. Read the full article Here!