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2 ASU student startups compete for entrepreneur award

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Posted: Friday, October 28, 2011 1:15 am

Two Arizona State University student-run companies, Ellens Technologies and reNature, are finalists in the Global Entrepreneurship Week Startup Open competition.

Startup Open is a global competition that identifies and recognizes the top 50 startup companies founded throughout the world in the last year. They were selected using a range of criteria including strength of concept, growth projections and knowledge of the market. Those 50 companies will then compete for a handful of prizes. Winners will be announced during Global Entrepreneurship Week, Nov. 14-20.

Ellens Technologies, LLC has developed the Veterinary Diagnostic Tree, a diagnostic reference tool and mobile application for iOS and Android that helps veterinarians, technicians and students reduce diagnostic time and potential human error.

ReNature capitalizes on industrializing the natural process of waste management to produce sustainable alternatives for petrochemical products.

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