Item Rescue: Hotel Lost and Found Management Solution

Beau Buehler, a University of Utah information systems student and founder of Item Rescue, saw a two-fold benefit in creating and providing the hospitality industry with an effective lost-and-found management system. When discussing how hotels generally manage their lost and found, he learned that current systems being used were very ineffective and required an excessive […]

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LIT Outdoors: Freedom to Explore Every Corner of The World

After a frustrating and nearly treeless camping trip to Goblin Valley in 2016, University of Utah students Daniel Goldfinger (geography) and Nick Bierwolf (mechanical engineering) came up with the idea for a “Tammock” – a device that combines a tent and a freestanding hammock that doesn’t require trees to work. They are now developing the […]

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Luku Watches: Stylish Timepieces with a Snapback Design

Fas Lebbie, an international studies and entrepreneurship student at the University of Utah, has a growing list of ventures in brand marketing and UX/UI design. One of those ventures is founding Luku Watches, a sleek rendition of urban hip-hop style about to disrupt timepiece fashion. Their watches feature a signature snapback design. Luku is a Kono […]

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Big Red Jelly: Marketing through Brand Storytelling

The Tiburonia Granrojo, better known as the “big red jellyfish,” was discovered in 2003. Although it is an unknown species to most, the jellyfish is considered the world’s most efficient animal. That is much like what Big Red Jelly, a University of Utah student startup, wants to provide through a marketing and strategy formula in the […]

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ColoClean: All-in-One Colonoscopy Prep Kit

An estimated 22.4 million colonoscopies are performed in United States each year. To perform an effective colonoscopy, the patient’s colon must be cleared of any organic material. However, according to biomedical engineering freshman Tobi Yoon, that isn’t always the case. “Twenty-five percent of those patients don’t complete their prep or show up to their operation […]

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