You watched the entrepreneurs pitch their cool start-ups. You learned all about these tech-savvy, app-happy, socially-conscious undergrads--and their cool products and services. And you selected your favorite! The votes are in and WaterDrop Shop is this year's most popular college start-up. Watch the company's video below.
Young Innovators, Cool Products The young entrepreneurs that make up our 2013 class of America’s Coolest College Start-ups have created products that range from the high-tech and cutting edge to the simple and timeless.
Our 2012 class of college start-ups were founded on the mission to give back to the world’s communities, be on the cutting-edge of innovation, and have fun while doing it.
Our third-annual report on the most innovative college start-ups in the country features a Northern Iowa hacker-turned-bookworm and a St. Louis sociology student with a website for tween girls—valued at $15 million.
Our second-annual report on college start-ups, featuring students from Chapel Hill to Harvard Square, who are inventing the future (or at least a steady source of income for themselves) by launching companies in their spare time.
In the years since Dell launched the world's best-known college start-up, more students have followed his lead. In our first report on college start-ups, these 16 enterprising kids will reveal that Michael Dell is no longer the exception to the rule.