The 2014 Donald W. Reynolds Governor’s Cup winners are:
Undergraduate AT&T Elevator Pitch Award – $2,000 BioBotic Solutions, University of Arkansas and Hendrix College Graduate AT&T Elevator Pitch Award – $2,000 Datavis, University of Arkansas Undergraduate Delta Plastics Innovation Award – $5,000 BioBotic Solutions, University of Arkansas and Hendrix College Graduate Delta Plastics Innovation Award – $5,000 Datavis, University of Arkansas
Undergraduate Business Plan Winners
1st Place – $25,000 Arleesa, John Brown University 2nd Place – $15,000 BioBotic Solutions, University of Arkansas and Hendrix College 3rd Place – $10,000 Funding Fathers, John Brown University
Graduate Business Plan Winners
1st Place – $25,000 LumaDrop, University of Arkansas 2nd Place – $15,000 Datavis, University of Arkansas 3rd Place – $10,000 HemaNotics, University of Arkansas The Arkansas Capital Corporation Group of companies empower entrepreneurs by providing capital in conjunction with community banks to businesses through its capital availability products and advocating for entrepreneurs through capital, educational, and technological improvements. The Arkansas Capital Corporation Group serves as the platform from which new opportunities are launched. In addition to the flagship company, Arkansas Capital Corporation, there are seven affiliate and partner companies, including, Six Bridges Capital Corporation, Arkansas Capital Relending Corporation, Arkansas Economic Acceleration Foundation, Heartland Renaissance Fund, Connect Arkansas, Pine State Regional Center, and SouthWind Analytics. To learn more, visit www.arcapital.com. The Arkansas Economic Acceleration Foundation (AEAF) was established in 1999, and is a private, non-profit corporation dedicated to education-based initiatives that promote and foster the development of innovation and entrepreneurship within Arkansas. With broad support from the state’s business community, AEAF’s purpose is to nurture people and ideas to generate future Arkansas entrepreneurs.