IC² in the news: South Asia Connect, Earthly, ICON, Kriya, and Yotta

IC² programs and portfolio companies have recently been featured by TIME, NPR, the Austin American-Statesman, and several international publications.

Kriya on NPR  ICON in TIME  Yotta in Statesman  Earthly in Statesman

IC²’s South Asia Connect program, which links entrepreneurs and entrepreneurship support organizations in five countries in the South Asia region, was featured in the prominent Sri Lankan tech publication ReadMe.

Kriya Labs, a startup in IC²’s Nexus program in New Delhi, was featured on NPR’s Morning Edition. Kriya turns farmers’ agricultural waste into profitable fiber products.

Glenn Robinson, program manager for IC²’s programs in Andhra Pradesh and Bhutan, has become a regular columnist in several news and business publications in the region.

ATI member ICON, maker of a 3D printer for houses, was honored with a spot in TIME’s 2018 Inventions of the Year.

Austin Technology Incubator member company Yotta Solar was featured in the Austin American-Statesman for their ambitious plan to reach a wide markeet with their solar energy storage solution.

ATI member Earthly Labs was also featured in the Statesman. Earthly captures CO₂ from the beer brewing process so small brewers can reuse it to make better beer.

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