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(from left) Nitin Rai, Chairman of the Board of Trustees TiE Global, Rebecca Royster and Nordine Sebkhi
(from left) Nitin Rai, Chairman of the Board of Trustees TiE Global, Rebecca Royster and Nordine Sebkhi

Tech TI:GER Team Wins TiE Young Entrepreneurship University Global Pitchfest Competition for Speech Disorders

Two Georgia Tech students in Scheller College of Business’ Technology Innovation: Generating Economic Results (TI:GER) program recently won first place in the inaugural The Indus Entrepreneurs (TiE) Young Entrepreneurs University Global Pitchfest Competition for MagTrack, which provides a solution for speech disorders through technological innovation. The team also won the Technology Innovation Prize at the competition held May 9, in Silicon Valley. MagTrack’s founders are Georgia Tech Scheller student Rebecca Royster (MBA) and Electrical and Computer Engineering student Nordine Sebkhi (PhD).

 

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