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Innovators to attend boot camp

The top 30 competitors in the Innovate ND program will attend a Work Boot Camp Saturday in Grand Forks. The event will help the finalists develop their financial data and offer tips for pitching their ideas to Innovate ND judges in the upcoming f...

The top 30 competitors in the Innovate ND program will attend a Work Boot Camp Saturday in Grand Forks.

The event will help the finalists develop their financial data and offer tips for pitching their ideas to Innovate ND judges in the upcoming final rounds.

Those from the area attending the boot camp include (all are from Fargo unless otherwise noted):

- Christopher DeHaan, Telepharmacy Concepts.

- David Gravdahl, Aqua Solutions, West Fargo.

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- Bethany Johs, byRemote Surveillance Center.

- Dwight Kinzer, Process Equipment and Design.

- Nikki Lamb, Formula Now, West Fargo.

- Ganapathy Mahalingam, Digital DesignSolutions.

- Brad Thurow, Blue4Green.

- Robert Heitkamp, Midwest Applied Technologies, Mantador.

- Jesse Faul, Secure Engineering, Horace.

- Jeff Langley, Operational Security Services, Monango.

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Five Innovate ND champions will be announced in May.

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