Highborn Leather: Handmade Products that Won’t Break the Bank

Affordable, quality leather products can be extremely hard to come by, but University of Utah student and business administration major Giovanni Bastone has a solution. He is the founder of Highborn Leather, which focuses on creating heirloom-quality leather products at a price that won’t break the bank. He is growing the company with support from […]

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Company Launch Startup Teams for Spring 2022

Meet the 23 startup teams in our Company Launch program at Lassonde Studios for spring 2022. Find a complete list below. They are working in areas ranging from hair products to foot waste. Company Launch offers these startups office space at Lassonde Studios, cohort gatherings, workshops, staff coaches, professional consultants, and more. All students at the University […]

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Company Launch Startup Teams for Fall 2021

Meet the 16 startup teams in our Company Launch program at Lassonde Studios for fall 2021. Find a complete list below. They are working in areas ranging from entertainment to e-commerce. Company Launch offers these startups office space at Lassonde Studios, cohort gatherings, workshops, staff coaches, professional consultants, and more. All students at the University of […]

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No Society Media: Making Professional Video & Photos Accessible for Everyone

Professional video and photo production quality is often not an option for small businesses and personal projects, but Syd Ostendorf is changing that as the founder of No Society Media and an entrepreneurship and film student at the University of Utah. Ostendorf’s company aims to make high-end, commercial work accessible to everyone. She wants to […]

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GAIA: Improving Prosthetic Technology

Nick Witham, a biomedical engineering Ph.D. student at the University of Utah, founded GAIA Technologies with a goal to change lives through better prosthetics. GAIA is doing this as a prosthetics component company that builds sensor arrays to measure muscle shapes. The outcome: more affordable and higher-functioning prosthetic limbs. GAIA’s sensor array technology can be […]

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