GlobalLean, LLC is the latest Kettering student owned and operated business to join the distinguished rank of student companies to receive seed funding from the Kettering Entrepreneur Society. Here, Dr. Massoud Tavakoli, the founding faculty mentor of KES, congratulates business partners (right to left) Sean Rusiecki (IE ’13), Chad Champine, (IE ’13) and Caleb Potvin (ECE ’13). GlobalLean focuses on transferring the principles of lean manufacturing to the healthcare and academic business sectors.
Kettering Entrepreneur Society celebrates a new milestone. For over a year, KES leaders have been working with their counterparts at UM-Flint to create an intercollegiate entrepreneurial exchange. Their hard work and diligence has started to pay off as evident from the continuous level of interaction between the two societies. According to Dr. Tavakoli, the founding faulty mentor of KES, “This is truly a giant step forward for intercollegiate entrepreneurship in Flint. The diversity of knowledge of the two groups will undoubtedly open new opportunities for all of our members.” The two societies celebrated the new milestone by having a game night social including a mobile gaming trailer provided by Play1st Mobile Gaming, another fresh start up company from Fenton area.