WHERE ARE THEY NOW?

Last year, Made at Michigan featured more than 80 student ventures, and many students have continued to build on their work and grow their ventures. Here is a look at their progress. Follow the progress CARt, Neurable, PreDxion Bio, Elegus Technologies, and Girls Rock Detroit, Kulisha.

Kulisha

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Kulisha is a sustainable aquafeed company, catering to small-scale aquaculture farmers in Kenya that produces commercial-grade fish feed from insects. The company aims to provide farmers with a low-cost, high-quality feed that is beneficial for the environment and the farmers alike.

Kulisha’s recent accomplishments include:

  • Earned top prize at the Thought for Food Summit in Zurich, Switzerland
  • Won the Brown University Social Innovation Fellowship
  • Earned $10,000 in cash prizes at the Thought for Food Challenge
  • Won the Social Impact track of the Michigan Business Challenge, earning $15,000 in funding

“To me, one of the most rewarding elements of my experience with Kulisha is helping create a product that can have a major impact on society.” –Eric Katz, Ross School of Business, BBA 2017

Learn more about Kulisha.