WHS Business Incubator winner GameTime is one of five teams invited to the national INCubatoredu pitch finals in Chicago!
Westlake High School Entrepreneurship & Enterprise
Incubatoredu blends entrepreneurship lessons with an experiential approach to traditional business subjects.
The Westlake Business Incubator program held their pitch night on May 18, 2018. The four teams chosen to pitch were EmployEZ , GameTime, REZ Parking and WingMate. Compression Case was chosen by the audience to compete in the "Wild Card" position.
Student team REZ Parking was one of five teams selected from across the State of Texas to compete at the SXSW EDU Student Startup Competition.
Westlake Business Incubator company High Five Protection continues to find success. Since their initial funding in May 2017, they have found a new home in the Startup Aggieland entrepreneurship program at Texas A&M University.
Congratulations to all teams that participated in our Inaugural Pitch Night on May 19, 2017. Food Squared received $5,000 and High Five Protection received $2,500 from the Westlake Innovation Funds. Food Squared will be competing at the INCubatoredu National Pitch in Chicago, Illinois on July 19, 2017.
Funded by private dollars, the WBI would like to thank the following:
Board of Advisors
Clint Bybee, ARCH Venture Partners
Adam Chibib, Silverton Partners
Mike Frost, GPB Capital Holdings, LLC
Mitch Jacobson, ATI Clean Energy Incubator
Jeff Newberg, Endeavor Real Estate Group
Founders - $25,000
Clint and Christie Bybee
Adam and Jeannette Chibib
Mike and Terri Frost
Lexus of Austin Vicki Roberts
Beau and Kathryn Ross
Partners - $10,000
Surangi and Dilum Chandrasoma
Supporters - $5000
Amy and John Porter - AffiniPay
Rod and Meg Favaron
Tom and Shelly Rogers - StarVista Capital
Brian and Margo Sbrocco
Srinivasan Family - LiveOak Venture Partners
Friends - $1000-$2500
Patrick and Gillian Burns
John and Rhonda Dirvin
Mitch and Janna Jacobson
Jeff and Valerie Newberg
Classroom & Technology Underwriters
Shelton Keller Group