Twenty-​​two ven­tures came into Northeastern’s Husky Startup Chal­lenge with nothing but an idea. After three months of guid­ance and sup­port from the University’s Entre­pre­neurs Club, how­ever, they were able to turn those ideas into min­imum viable prod­ucts ready to be demoed in front Boston’s startup com­mu­nity on Monday night.

It’s incred­ible how far they’ve come in a semester,” said North­eastern first-​​year Matt Voska, co-​​director of the Husky Startup Challenge.

Hosted by the Entre­pre­neurs Club, with the help of Northeastern’s Center for Entre­pre­neur­ship Edu­ca­tion, the D’Amore-McKim School of Busi­ness and the school’s ven­ture accel­er­ator IDEA, the Husky Startup Chal­lenge awarded more than $4,500 to stu­dents with the most inno­v­a­tive ideas.

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