Orlando, FL, December 19, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Cauldron, an online platform that helps student entrepreneurs launch their business, has won a SHEntrepreneurship grant from the Kpartnerz Foundation. The funding will allow Younkyung Cho, one of Cauldron’s co-founders, to finish the online platform. Ms. Cho is a recent graduate from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach, Florida and is now pursuing her MBA.
“It is such an honor to win this award,” said Cho. “This is a great opportunity for us to move forward with Cauldron. I’m very thankful that the Kpartnerz Foundation gave us the opportunity to take Cauldron to the next level. And I appreciate all that the Foundation’s SHEntrepreneurship initiative is doing to support women entrepreneurs.”
While there are several platforms to help entrepreneurs launch a new venture, Cauldron provides all the resources in one unified platform, making it easy and simple for any college student with entrepreneurial mindset to use. Cauldron uses a matching system to help student entrepreneurs find the right team members, mentors, and investors. It provides a step-by-step process to guide users to bring their venture to life.
About the Kpartnerz Foundation
The Kpartnerz Foundation, a Florida not-for-profit corporation, helps students and recent graduates join co-working spaces, attend conferences and tradeshows, and participate in competitions. Startups that are not yet in a position to be funded can apply. Acceptance criteria is focused on impact, namely how will this grant impact the ability of the startup to move forward on the path toward continued development. In 2017 the Foundation announced a new initiative, SHEntrepreneurship, earmarking funds specifically for women-led startups.
Cauldron is an online platform to assist student entrepreneurs launching new ventures. Cauldron uses a matching system to help student entrepreneurs find the right team members, mentors, and investors, thus enabling them to simplify the startup process.