Updated: Nov 22, 2018
Learn about the recent achievements of past i.Invest participants.
Class of 2016
Sunrise Health (formerly Beacon Health), is a mobile platform that uses artificial intelligence to offer anonymity and support to those suffering from mental health issues. The company, co-founded by Shrenik Jain of Baltimore, MD, now 21, was i.Invest's Youth Business of the Year in 2016. Since participating in the competition, Sunrise Health has expanded its staff, received $100k in paid pilots, secured 1,000 users across 15 sites and raised $260k in pre-seed capital. Currently, Shrenik is looking to raise a pre-seed round of $500k from angel investors and VCs and to connect with private inpatient rehabilitation centers. Visit Sunrise Health's website to learn more. RapidFire, founded by Marc Baghadjian, now 18, of Greenwich, CT was recently sold. Marc is now a freshman at Babson College and has started another company, Octium Holding Group LLC, a cryptocurrency lending platform.
Class of 2017
PrepUP: The New SAT/ACT Prep App, founded by Akhilesh Khakhar, 17, of Brooklyn, NY won the title of i.Invest's Youth Business of the Year in 2017. The company brings youth together on social media to study for the SAT and ACT college entrance exams. Since winning the competition, the company has won the Babson Boston Cup Pitch Competition, been highlighted in Crain's New York 20 Under 20 and featured in nearly 50 blogs, TV shows, and newspapers. Currently, the company has expanded its services to include a new tutoring platform. To download PrepUP, visit the company's website.
Software Flow, Inc., the creators of Immigrant's Nightmare board game and app, was founded by Daniel Mousavi, now 15, and his younger brother Aidan of Great Falls, VA. After participating in the i.Invest competition, the brothers won an award at the Games 4 Change pitch event in New York. Also, the siblings have won several Science Bowl medals.
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