Accountability sessions give ISU student startups time to set benchmarks, course-correct
Ryan True’s business, Full Circle Wellness, would provide health services for older adults focusing on eight dimensions of wellness: physical, emotional, social, spiritual, occupational, intellectual, financial and environmental. The senior in kinesiology and health is spending his summer in CYstarters, a 10-week accelerator program that gives students and recent alumni the funding and resources – and the accountability – they need to grow their startups.
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Diana Wright, director of CYstarters, ISU Pappajohn Center for Entrepreneurship, 515-296-8246, email@example.com
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