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Oct. 15, 2013 8:30 am

Spore: solar-powered battery charger wins $10k from Drexel

The startup, which also won last February's Lean Startup Machine competition, will receive $10,000 and space in Drexel's new Baiada Institute incubator.
The forthcoming Gerri C. LeBow Hall, where the Baiada Institute will move in early October. Photo from Drexel.

The forthcoming Gerri C. LeBow Hall, where the Baiada Institute will move in early October. Photo from Drexel.

Spore, a company that sells solar-powered battery chargers, won Drexel University‘s annual incubator competition.

The startup, which also won last February’s Lean Startup Machine competition, will receive $10,000 and space in Drexel’s new Baiada Institute incubator. Drexel undergrads Jason Browne and David Hunt founded the company.

Find the other winners below.

2nd Place: BookSmart, a platform that aims to make booking concerts easier for agents and promoters, won $8,000 and space in the Baiada Institute incubator

3rd Place: Skyless Games, a video game development company, won $6,000 and space in the Baiada Institute incubator

Companies: Spor, Drexel University
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