ODU entrepreneurial expo shows off student-run companies

By Elisha Sauers Blade Taylor admits sometimes it’s hard for him to concentrate in classes. He’s got 3D printing, vinyl decals and profit margins on the brain. Grades? Minor details. “I came here to network,” Taylor said of his priority at Old Dominion University. If the way Taylor talks sounds more like a business executive than a college junior, well, that’s not far off. His customized products startup, 3DXtremes, is growing, thanks in part to the support of the campus’ Strome Entrepreneurial Center. The business was one of about 20 showcased Tuesday during the entrepreneurial center’s first Student Company Expo. The concepts ran the gamut from CampusWise, an online textbook exchange business, to 757 Surfboards, a custom surfboard maker. Read the full article here: http://pilotonline.com/news/local/education/higher-education/odu-entrepreneurial-expo-shows-off-student-run-companies/article_d4d7b843-e4e3-5c84-a858-0d10fa97b734.html

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