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Weekly Newsletter | April 23rd, 2020
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Georgetown Entrepreneurship understands that many would-be entrepreneurs feel that they have to sell out to big business after college to pay off their student loans. That's why we started the Startup Stipend—let us make your student loan payments for two years while you work on your new business! All graduating entrepreneurs with student loans are eligible to apply. Applications accepted on a rolling basis.
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Georgetown MBA Alum Raises Millions for Automation Startup

Dmitry Karpov (MBA'14) raised $2.5 million in their seed round for ElectroNeek, their Robotic Process Automation startup. ElectroNeek seeks to help businesses increase their productivity when working remotely. 
READ ABOUT ELECTRONEEK HERE
Georgetown Freshman Raises Money for COVID-19 First Responders Through Entrepreneurship

Liam Marshall (B'23) has raised thousands of dollars for COVID-19 first responders by selling customized yard signs in his home state of New Jersey. We are so proud to watch our Hoyas live our Georgetown Jesuit values even when they're far from the Hilltop. 
WATCH LIAM'S INTERVIEW ON FOX AND FRIENDS
Georgetown Alumni Talk Sweetgreen on NPR

Sweetgreen founders Nicolas Jammet (B'07) and Jonathan Neman (B'07) discuss their entrepreneurial journey (including their start at Georgetown University) on NPR's startup podcast "How I Built This."
LISTEN TO SWEETGREEN FOUNDERS HERE
Halo Top Co-Founder, Doug Bouton (C'07) Built a $300M Ice Cream Company From the Ground Up

Doug Bouton is a lawyer who learned everything he knows about business (and ice cream!) while running Halo Top Creamery, the company he co-founded.

In the first couple of years Halo Top couldn’t get any traction, but Doug and his team fine-tuned the recipe, manufacturing and distribution in order to convince grocers to continue stocking this funky flavored, low fat ice cream.  Soon the company couldn’t keep up with demand. Listen in to this Venture Forward interview with Doug Bouton, who talks about what it’s like to create a brand that has everybody talking . . . and tasting!  

Also, we’ll be bringing you interviews and stories on Venture Forward, in the weeks ahead, of how Georgetown entrepreneurs are creatively coping, responding and rising up to the challenges put forth by the Coronavirus. Stay tuned!

LISTEN TO THE VENTURE FORWARD INTERVIEW WITH THE CEO OF HALO TOP ON APPLE PODCASTS NOW
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