3 Start-Ups Join Loyola Business Accelerator
Wasabi Ventures co-founder is a 1994 graduate of the university.
The first three start-ups have been selected to participate in a new business accelerator program started by Loyola University Maryland.
CodePupil, PointClickSwitch.com and Vidstructor were selected by the university and its partner Wasabi Ventures to participate in the accelerator located in Govans, according to the Baltimore Business Journal.
In March Loyola announced it was creating the business accelerator to partner with local entrepreneurs to help create new businesses.
Loyola’s partner Wasabi Ventures, a California based venture capital firm, was co-founded by Thomas “T.K” Kuegler, a 1994 graduate of the school.