Three Cal Poly students stumble upon the winning project for SLO Hacks hackathon.
Having grown up with a restaurateur father, business administration senior David Bartolomucci and older brother Raymond Bartolomucci know the restaurant industry like the back of their spatulas.
A team of recent Cal Poly alumni are developing a platform designed to transform the way consumers eat meat by connecting the local community with sustainable, local farmers and ranchers.
Two Cal Poly professors have been working with Unanimous AI on a study about connecting business teams and Swarm AI.
The product will be on Kickstarter throughout the month of July and a pop-up shop will occur June 30.
The discussion with Flory will center around the experience, trials and errors of creating a viable business.
With help from Cal Poly’s Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Aaron Bergh got CalWise Spirits off the ground after one year.
Senior project group, Clove, has designed a product that they believe can revolutionize the at-home cooking experience.
With the Digital Transformation Hub, Cal Poly and Amazon intend to help solve the world’s problems through innovative technology.
Jonathan Allen developed WizeFi, a new-to-market personal finance application that is changing the game on budgeting and money management.