Judy also showcased three local entrepreneurs in a competition modeled after the ABC hit show "Shark Tank."
Jake Obremski and Neil Glazier co-founded Dablr, a service that connects high school and college students willing to do odd jobs with people who need help getting those jobs done. To find out more about Dablr, visit www.dablrservices.com.
Abhi Rajmane started iInvent, which helps anyone to become an inventor in less than 20 minutes. To find out more about iInvent, visit www.nabros.com.
Mike Kappel, of the Software Development Community, is currently writing coding and programming that allows drones to operate. To find out more about the Software Development Community, visit blog.softwarecommunity.org.
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Rev3 DuPage is a tech incubator that helps entrepreneurs and inventors get their start. Rev3 connected all three entrepreneurs. To find out more about Rev3 DuPage, visit www.rev3dupage.com.
Find out more about other groups Judy showcased Friday with these links:
DuPage County Convention and Visitors Bureau
Lisle Convention and Visitors Bureau
Oakbrook Hills Resort
Church Street Brewing Company
McAninch Arts Center at College of DuPage
City of Elmhurst