Dunmo App Wins Purdue Students Recognition


About a month ago, I met one of the creators of Dunmo, Jeremy Meyer. Meyer, along with Michael Goldman, two Purdue University students, founded the startup utilizing an application to manage personal tasks more efficiently.

The accolades are pouring in, “Dunmo won second place in the Boiler Mini-Accelerator Competition, or “Boiler,” a student-run business competition hosted by the Anvil, which is a community co-working space and business incubator in West Lafayette.”

Sign up and give it a run – the app is in beta mode and they can use all the feedback you can dish.

Read more at Purdue.edu


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