Ulupreneurs in the news

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Zum

Fortune published a commentary by Zum CEO Ritu Narayan about how to solve the problem of the outdated school transportation system.

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tomo

CNET headlined Tomo Credit’s mission to build credit through their charge card for customers with no credit scores.

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LexCheck

A Venture Beat article featured LexCheck’s $17M raise to continue building AI-powered legal contract reviews.

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Husslup

Axios spotlighted HUSSLUP, a digital marketing app for Hollywood creatives, and the firm’s $2.5M raise.

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Dwellsy

Forbes interviewed Dwellsy’s CEO Jonas Bordo in a piece about how January is the best time for renters to move.

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Beam

Business Insider named Beam Impact as one of 14 retail-tech startups that will soar in 2023 as rated by investors.

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Forbes 30 Under 30

Forbes “30 Under 30” list included nine Ulupreneurs and a tenth in the all-star category: Amélie Vavrovsky (Formally), Olamide Oladeji, Abuzar Royesh and Izunna Okonkwo (Pastel), Greta Meyer and Amanda Calabrese (Sequel),  Jessica Chao (LingoHealth), Alejandro Mendoza and Parsa Rezvani (GoSchoolBox), Rachel Romer, co-founder and CEO of Guild Education, was honored as a Forbes All-Star Alumni.

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Zebit

The San Diego Union Tribune cited Zebit as one of the Top Workplaces in the small company category and interviewed founder and CEO Marc Schneider about his passion for helping

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HeyJane

Fast Company highlighted Hey Jane’s success, their $9M raise and the servicing of twenty thousand patients in an article about how startups are rushing in to fill abortion pill market.

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Freewill

Fast Company featured an op-ed by FreeWill co-founder Jenny Xia Spradling discussing why non-negotiation policies are a best practice around pay equity.

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