A Michigan Tech team of young entrepreneurs is seeking support for their startup company involved in a national competition.
AsfalisMed…a company that would allow first responders to use a mobile device to quickly access important medical information on a patient…has already made it to the top 20 and could make it past the next round—putting them in the top five.
Applied Physics Senior Travis Beaulieu says his group’s company needs as much support as they can get from the campus community in the form of investments.
They have posted a 90 second You Tube video explaining their effort and how people can help.
The winner of the competition will receive $100,000. The deadline is Monday, January 23rd.