About Incubator X
Incubator X supports students who have an idea for a business and are ready to take the next step to becoming founders. This experience will help students be successful, whether they continue with their ventures, start new ventures, or become innovators within other companies. Incubator X is open to undergraduate and graduate students across all disciplines, and is powered by Project X-ITE, the Innovation Floor at the Ritchie School of Engineering and Computer Science, and the Daniels College of Business. Our inaugural pilot cohort includes 38 students from across 26 new venture ideas, and an additional 12 students across five Pioneering Summer alumni teams who serve as peer mentors.
We are now offering a for-credit option for Incubator X! Participants must apply and be accepted into the program prior to registration. Contact email@example.com to learn more. See class details below.
- What: Incubator X (BUS 3700-4)
- When: M 4pm-6pm
- Load: 1 credit
- Instructor Permission Required to register (Contact Nina.Sharma@du.edu)
- Location: TBD
Meet the Student-led Ventures in Incubator X
AgPro Technologies Inc.: A Liquid Bio-Fertilizer that replenishes soil health.
Ahead Wind Inc.: 3D printed wind turbine blade molds.
Atomata: Smart urban agriculture optimization via sensors and cameras.
BE Homes: A high efficiency, self-sustaining residential structure.
BloomTime: A design company for sustainable landscaping.
Culture Global: An e-commerce store solution for online influencers.
Teach Me: A platform that equips dancers with data to select classes based on their needs, skill level, and desired experience.
Gold Orbit: A solution for waste issues in space through a universal grasping mechanism that picks up defunct satellites in orbit.
Homegrown Essentials: High-quality hemp products that follow legal regulations and are aligned to the company’s core values.
Let’s Hang: A solution that brings people together through face-to-face connections via shared events interests.
Livelocal: An opportunity for locals to make money doing what they love while creating unique and enriched experiences to visitors.
MKCK: A retail company that offers young adults name brands at a low cost.
Mold Control: A preventative solution for post-flood mold growth.
Newtin Media: A digital solution to streamline flier posting.
Nomad Joe/Voyager Kettle: A collapsible, portable, electric kettle for coffee enthusiasts.
NU SeniorsPT: An app geared towards raising awareness of major health concerns for the senior population.
Olam: An environment that uses AI to to create an artificial species that exists entirely in the cloud.
PocketChange: Empowers individuals to make micro-donations to the causes they care about with the click of a button.
Slope Threads: “Rent the Runway” for ski apparel.
TokenOS: A mobile payment and operations platform for the cannabis industry to work within the existing banking system.
Truckt: Google Maps / Grubhub for food trucks.
Unum Analytics: Analyzes online searches to predict election outcomes.
Wave Music: An app that connects people through the love of music.
PocketChange - 9News
PocketChange - U.S. News and World Report
“PocketChange: New Software Combines Altruism With Capitalism” – December 2018
Slope Threads - Business Den
“Startup looks to rent apparel to infrequent or destination skiers” – December 2018
Slope Threads - Colorado Inno
The Beat Newsletter – November 2018
Slope Threads - 5280 Magazine
“This Start-Up Is Making Life Easier for First-Time Skiers” – February 2019
Slope Threads - DU News Room
“Rental Clothing Business the Right Fit for Daniels Student” – January 2019
Slope Threads - Built In Colorado
“Built In Colorado’s 50 Startups to Watch in 2019” – February 2019
Want to work with student-led ventures?
Are you interested in working with student-led companies in the Incubator X program? Apply to be a mentor through our Project X-ITE mentor platform powered by TrustedPeer. This mentor platform connects community members, alumni, and faculty members with student innovators and entrepreneurs.
As a mentor, you can:
- Serve as a dedicated mentor to one student-led venture
- Serve as a mentor to the entire cohort on an as-needed basis
- Give a workshop on your area of expertise
If you have other ideas on getting involved, we’d love to hear them! Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.