Student startup team interviewed by Shark Tank personality
Posted on August 09, 2017
A Grand Valley student entrepreneur and his teammates won the Miller Lite #TrapTheFuture competition in Chicago August 8 and received $20,000 in prize money.
Jordan Vanderham, a product design and manufacturing major, won for his idea for a thermal energy conservation mask. He leads the company, called Orindi, which also includes two students from Kendall College of Art and Design.
Vanderham was interviewed by Daymond John, an investor, author and television personality on the popular show, "Shark Tank," about winning the competition. John posted the interview on his Facebook page.