Sips Cold Brew receives $10,000 for its victory and an additional $40,000 worth of support for their startup — such as office space, and accounting, legal and marketing services.
A cold-brew-coffee service, a battery-recycling business, a vegan food-finder, and a diagnostic medical-device startup will presented their plans to judges at the CSULB Innovation Challenge FinalistSips Cold Brew plans includes to deliver locally produced cold-brew coffee to college students at a competitive price. Students will receive weekly or biweekly deliveries of a 32-ounce growler, enough for four to six servings. The Sips team is led by CSULB College of Business management information systems major Conner Schnicker, who is joined by Sophia Holbrook, a Cal Poly Pomona e-commerce major; CSULB industrial design and film major Vincent Holbrook; and CSULB Coolege of Business business administration/ finance major James Pierce.
Congratuations to the Sips Team.