Brock Bernholtz used his employment experience and entrepreneurial experience class to get his innovative business idea started. Now that business will be helping several businesses. TV’s Robert Carroll has the story.
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Brock Bernholtz has got a lot of benefit from his major and related work experience. In fact, he went out and began his very own new service that is bringing a new way to track maintenance on vehicles right to your smart phone.
Bernholtz is the CEO of InCheck Services LLC. This is a mobile app, currently for the iPhone, that allows one to track his vehicle maintenance while in a shop for maintenance work.
“This is like the GPS tracker for vehicles getting work done,” said Bernholtz. Bernholtz has two other partners working with him in the new service.
Bernholtz can also thank his Entrepreneurial Experience course for assisting in the creating of his new service. Craig Zamary, one of the professors of the course, said the course is meant to help students from scratch, build the framework for a new business, and get the idea going and on the market as soon as possible.
Zamary said Bernholtz is a very driven individual, also contributing to his large success with the launching of InCheck Services.
The experience course is a class where students take their ideas and go out and launch a business… – Craig Zamary, Professor of Entrepreneurship
“The experience course is a class where students take their ideas and go out and launch a business,” said Zamary. This means the students get to be actual entrepreneurs by the end of the course.
Being a very small class of three students this semester – Kyle Holt, Haumed Rahmani, and Michael Meszes – this is a result of recent changes to the entrepreneurship roadmap. In a normal semester, a lot more students would fill the seats, according to Zamary.
So whatever business idea you have – perhaps a entrepreneurship major or minor may be a fit for you to get your feet wet in the field of business. Who knows where that may lead you.