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Keyboards For the Classroom allows students to open an app on their phone, check into class, and ask questions throughout the lecture

  • Stage Concept Only
  • Industry Mobile
  • Location Raleigh, NC, USA
  • Currency USD
  • Founded March 2013
  • Employees 1

Company Summary

Between 2000 and 2010, enrollment in degree-granted institutions increased by 37 percent. As of November 2007, there were 33 courses at University of Colorado 400 students or more enrolled. KFC allows students to get more out of their college experience. Students in large classroom settings are able to ask the professor questions through an electronic app on their phone. This app can also be used to take attendance in large classroom settings.


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    Morgan Johnson

    Morgan Johnson graduated from North Carolina State, she is the fonder and CEO of KFC. Morgan has little experience with technology start ups, however she works well with others and is a strong team leader. Morgan double concentrated in Finance along with Entrepreneurship at NC State. Morgan will handle all financials.

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    Andrew Forester
    Serial Entrepreneur

    Andrew Forester is an serial entrepreneur with start up experience. Mr. Forester is credited with starting multiple companies within the Triangle.

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    Matthew Thomas
    Engineer Technologist

    Matthew Thomas is an engineer technologist and will create the app. This candidate also must also work well with complex technology and be able to respond quickly to glitches or problems. This candidate also needs to work well with a team and be open to a new, innovative ideas.

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    Richard Kouri
    Entrepreneur Consultant

    Dr. Kouri is the Professor and Executive Director of the BioSciences Management, Poole College of Management, North Carolina State University. Dr. Kouri is the major author of the MBA-focused BioSciences Management program and is also the Chief Evangelist with the Center for Innovation Management Studies. Dr. Kouri has co-founded twelve start-up companies all in the biotechnology space; with three going on to their IPO and three being acquired.


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    Rob Tyler
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    John Compton