Orlando, FL, February 06, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- Cura, an all-natural drink that mitigates the effects of a hangover, has been awarded a SHEntrepreneurship grant from the Kpartnerz Foundation. Cura’s founder, Eunna Oh, is a student studying business management at Rollins College with plans to launch Cura before she graduates this May.
Cura’s all-natural solution is consumed before going out rather than the morning after. Oh came up with the idea during her Global Entrepreneurship class last year. She made it to the finals of the Rollins College elevator pitch competition in the fall and has continued to move toward commercial launch.
“I am so grateful for the support and guidance that my professor, Allen Kupetz, provided me, really pushing me to follow my dream of becoming an entrepreneur,” said Oh. “Kupetz and the Kpartnerz Foundation have allowed Cura a chance to meet the real world and I am so excited for what comes ahead.”
The proprietary, all-natural, vitamin-packed Cura shot is the best solution to mitigate the effects of a hangover. Cura rehydrates the body and allows you to have fun and return to work the next morning. If an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, a shot of Cura is worth avoiding a hangover.
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.