LaunchOklahoma Semi-Finalist Announcement Featured Oklahoma News

Our recent Semi-Finalist announcement has been featured in articles by The Journal Record and the Tulsa Business & Legal News website,

Check out the article summaries below for a quick preview of the articles!




LaunchOklahoma announces 2014 semi-finalists
“LaunchOklahoma recently announced 10 semi-finalist startups for our 2014 program. These semi-finalists applied during the early decision program and one final application deadline remains for the 2014 program, on June 16 at 5 p.m..”


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LaunchOklahoma selects semifinalists
“LaunchOklahoma has selected 10 semifinalist startups for the 2014 program.”

“The semifinalists applied during an Early Decision Program. One application deadline remains for the 2014 program on June 16.”

“The 10 selected semifinalists are Baton, Oklahoma City; My HomePulse, Frisco, Texas; Narrable, Tulsa; Navvie, Dallas; Neoporter, Norman; newAnthropy, Oklahoma City; Quivee, New York; Vakargo, Oklahoma City; Who’s On My Wifi, Oklahoma City; and Wintkts, Tulsa.”


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The final application deadline for our 2014 accelerator program is Monday, June 16th at 5PM. Final decisions are expected on June 30th.

Find out more about our Semi-Finalists: Meet the 2014 LaunchOklahoma Semi-Finalists.

To view our application and apply, please visit

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