Entrepreneur of 2012
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This innovator predicts how maker technologies will change in years to come.
In this video, founder Limor Fried explains how organic growth helped the company invest and grow.
Our College Entrepreneur of 2012 explains how he juggles school and his company.
Our College Entrepreneur of 2012 explains what he's learned about business and himself since co-founding his company.
Bryan Silverman talks about life after winning our top award for college business owners.
As the College Entrepreneur of 2012, the co-founder of Star Toilet Paper discusses his top startup challenges and ways he's helped overcome them.
The co-founder of OrigAudio lets viewers in on the top business lessons he's learned along with key tips on how to stand out amid stiff competition.
The founder of Adafruit Industries offers insights into how she managed to build a small empire from castaway Altoid tins and other common household items -- and secure the title of Entrepreneur of 2012.
An enterprising young trep capitalizes on a captive audience with toilet paper you can read.
OrigAudio, the maker of innovative folding speakers, has doubled its sales every year since 2009.
Adafruit's innovative DIY open-source electronic hardware kits make founder Limor Fried our Entrepreneur of 2012.
All three winners of our Entrepreneur of 2012 contest bring innovation and creativity to their industries.
Justin Gold founded his organic nut butter company after his roommates couldn't stop eating his homemade creations. His commitment to healthy foods makes him a finalist for Entrepreneur of 2012.
Ryo Kubora performed nearly a thousand eye surgeries and discovered the gene that causes glaucoma, before starting his biotech company, Acucela. His innovation in the field of eye diseases makes him a finalist for Entrepreneur of 2012.
Former Navy Seal Eric Basu founded his cybersecurity company Sentek Global in 2001 while working from his living room. His determination makes him a finalist for Entrepreneur of 2012.
Limor Fried created her open-source hardware and electronics company, Adafruit Industries, in her MIT dorm room. The story of how she grew her business makes her a finalist for Entrepreneur of 2012.
Paul Rice's Fair Trade USA has helped improve the lives of agricultural workers worldwide. His inspirational story makes him a finalist for Entrepreneur of 2012.
The finalists are in. Now it's your turn to vote for your choice for Entrepreneur of 2012.
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