Pipeline announces 2016 entrepreneurial fellowship class

Pipeline Inc. announced its 10th entrepreneurial fellowship class during Thursday evening’s Innovator of the Year event in Kansas City.

This year’s class includes 13 entrepreneurs, hailing from a number of industries ranging from biotech to food to fitness. Fellows will enjoy a yearlong business development program that includes workshops, mentorship and networking among Pipeline members.

The 2016 fellows include:

  • Kim Gandy, founder of Play0it Health Inc. (Kansas City, Kan.)
  • Jeff Rohr, founder and CEO of SquareOffs LLC (Kansas City)
  • Tommy Sanders, founder and CEO of FEWDM Fitness (Kearney)
  • Blake Hawley, president and CEO of Integrated Animal Health LLC (Lawrence, Kan.)
  • Clayton Chapman, chef and owner of The Grey Plume (Omaha, Neb.)
  • Michelle Faits, co-founder and CEO of Pro-Arc Diagnostics Inc. (St. Louis)
  • Keith Fix, founder and CEO of Blabfeed (Omaha, Neb.)
  • Brian Handrigan, founder and chief innovator officer at Recursive Labs Inc. (Chesterfield)
  • Justin Kallhoff, founder and CEO of Infogressive Inc. (Lincoln, Neb.)
  • Sarah Mirth, co-founder and CEO of Artifox LLC (St. Louis)
  • Devon Seacrest, co-founder and chief reminding officer of Digital Environments (Lincoln, Neb.)
  • Vishal Singh, founder and CEO of Quantified Ag (Lincoln, Neb.)
  • Kyle Tabor, CEO of Invisible Applications LLC (St. Louis)

The organization also recognized its Innovator of the Year for 2015: Dusty Reynolds, the co-founder of RaceNote, an Omaha-based startup that makes software to help manage auto racing teams.

Read more: Kansas City Business Journal, Kansas City Star


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