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- Kroger to begin testing drone delivery
- UC teams tackle futuristic cars
- CVG airport deploys AI
- UC student researches body's regenerative capabilities
- Miami U's new innovation hub
- GAIG join's 1819 Innovation Hub
- Calling All Early-Stage Startups!
- Could You Be the Next Vogt Award Winner?
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May 10, 2021
Kroger to begin testing drone delivery
UC teams tackle futuristic cars
A new AI solution deployed at CVG Airport has deployed an AI solution will provide a 24/7 overview of what is happening during turnarounds and will notify employees if it detects any deviations from schedule.
UC student researches body's regenerative capabilities
Miami U's new startup hub
Miami University is moving forward on converting a vacant building on S. Elm St. building into a 39,000-square-foot hub for innovation, workforce development, manufacturing and startups. From the location, they hope to spur at least three startups per year, creating about $4 million in annual payroll.
GAIG joins 1819 Innovation Hub
Great American Insurance Group (GAIG) joins UC’s 1819 Innovation Hub in order to create a cross-business collaborative space with other CID partners and attract, develop and retain top university talent.
Could You Be the Next Vogt Award Winner?
Are you an entrepreneur who’s ready to take your startup to the next level? Are you working on a big idea that has the potential to disrupt your industry through innovation? Apply for the Community Foundation of Louisville’s Vogt Awards accelerator program and receive $25,000 in non-dilutive funding, plus coaching, mentoring and more! The ideal Vogt Award candidate is in its early stages, but you’re on track to capture your initial target market. You’re coachable and flexible enough to pivot. Your annual revenue is $250,000 or less, and financing to date is less than $500,000.
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