Story excerpt provided by Cleveland Plain Dealer
Written by Julie Washington.
CLEVELAND, Ohio — Young entrepreneurs from Case Western Reserve University are in Las Vegas this week to display their innovations at the international Consumer Electronics Show.
The university is showcasing inventions and business startups created by 10 current and former Case students.
Young entrepreneurs can get feedback on their innovations, find strategic partners, investors and suppliers, as well as check out competing startups, said Bob Sopko, director of the CWRU LaunchNet program.
“This gets you in front of thousands of people,” Sopko said. CES, which attracts 170,000 participants from 150 countries, runs through Friday.
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Originally published 1/10/18.