Congratulations to CEU InnovationsLab’s Startup Teams, Talk-A-Bot and AbsoRice
Congratulations to CEU InnovationsLab’s Startup Teams, Talk-A-Bot and AbsoRice
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December 30, 2016
 

Congratulations to our Talk-a-Bot and AbsoRice teams, both incubated  by CEU InnovationsLab! Both teams have been featured in this month’s Forbes for their innovative startup ideas: Talk-A-Bot has been chosen as Preferred Enabling Partner of Viber while AbsoRice is Europe's first brand of vegan rice protein products, providing supplementary products for vegan sportspeople.

CEU InnovationsLab is a bridge between academia and business in Budapest and the Central and Eastern European region. It is an environment where entrepreneurs learn from fellow entrepreneurs and mentors as they grow their businesses. Students and CEU faculty can be start-up founders and established firms can try out new ideas to improve their companies.

You can read more about Talk-A-Bot here and Absorice here.

 

 
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Dr. Yusaf H. Akbar Associate Professor of Management
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