Del. entrepreneurs get help from university students

University of Delaware engineering and business students are helping entrepreneurs in the region turn their ideas into businesses. The program is called "Spin In" and involves entrepreneurs submitting their ideas to the university and allowing students to see if they can create a viable product. "It's not an academic exercise," said David Weir, director of the university's Office of Economic Innovation and Partnerships, which developed the program. "They're getting real world experience."

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