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Entrepreneur Magazine Selects an ASU Student Startup as Finalist in College Competition for Third Year in a Row
Date:8/7/2013

Scottsdale, AZ (PRWEB) August 07, 2013

ASU graduate student Jared Schoepf co-founder of SafeSIPP, a student-led startup in ASU’s Edson Student Entrepreneur Initiative, has been named a top five finalist in the College Entrepreneur of the Year competition run by Entrepreneur Magazine. This is the third year in a row that one of ASU’s Edson student startups has been a finalist in the competition. In 2012, JJ Tang, CEO and co-founder of Vantage Realized was selected as a finalist and ultimately placed second in the competition. In the 2011, ASU dominated the competition. Three of the top five finalists were ASU student startups, with Gabrielle Palermo, co-founder of G3Box ultimately winning College Entrepreneur of 2011.

College Entrepreneur of the Year is one of three awards, including Entrepreneur of the Year and Emerging Entrepreneur of the Year, bestowed by Entrepreneur Magazine on the nation’s top entrepreneurs each year. Entrepreneur Magazine received thousands of entries for the competition and then selected the top five entries in each award category as finalists.

“We are very humbled and grateful that Entrepreneur Magazine has recognized that SafeSIPP has a device that could save hundreds of thousands of lives,” Schoepf said. “Being named a finalist in a competition like this will really help us get the word out to people, who have never had to fear for their lives when taking a drink of water, and will hopefully cause them vote to support the SafeSIPP mission of bringing clean water to 2,500 people in the next year.”

SafeSIPP was founded by Schoepf, and his fellow ASU Chemical Engineering classmates Lindsay Fleming and Taylor Barker, to solve three critical problems facing rural communities in the developing world: transportation, purification, and storage of drinking water. SafeSIPP was formed out of ASU’s incredibly popular and successful EPICS (Engineering Projects in Community Service) cl
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