United Aerial Takes Second Place in LSU's Venture Challenge Competition

April 23, 2015



United Aerial placed second out of 17 business plan submissions at Louisiana State University's Venture Challenge competition. Clint Conroy and Taylor Jacobson were rewarded $7,000 at the event hosted by the Student Incubator, a university program that helps students start their own businesses.


Conroy and Jacobsen presented their idea- an aerial data collection company for construction companies, among other services- to a panel made up of local business owners, LSU faculty, and other entrepreneurs. 


"In the next four years, I want to go completely nationwide. Forbes: that’s where I want to be. I think we’ve positioned ourselves pretty well between a couple of states, and I’m excited to see where it goes from there. I think the sky’s the limit. Literally,” Conroy said. 






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