16 Alumni Startups Receive Investment From Carnegie Mellon’s Open Field Entrepreneurs Fund

Carnegie Mellon University’s Open Field Entrepreneurs Fund (OFEF), administered by the Carnegie Mellon University Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, has awarded $800,000 to 16 startup companies to help them grow their business ventures. The fund, established by Carnegie Mellon alumnus and Flip Video Camera creator Jonathan Kaplan and his wife Marci Glazer, provides early-stage business financing and support to alumni who have graduated from CMU within the last five years. Kaplan earned his MBA from Carnegie Mellon in 1990…
Impaqd: Offers a real-time, location-based system that provides direct communication between shippers and truckers. 
SolePower: Develops power-generating shoe insoles for charging portable electronics just by walking.