Welcome to the Marketplace, a showcase of businesses run by UT Dallas students and alumni who are beginning their journeys as entrepreneurs. Items featured here are products made by students through their businesses.
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Tankee is a media company dedicated to the future of the kids’ digital entertainment. It provides exclusive content on gaming for kids without them being exposed to inappropriate online content.
Meowtel allows the cat owners to book an in-home cat sitter who is vetted and insured. Meowtel sitters brings the purrfect hospitality to cat lovers and provide their cats with comfortable, safe homely environment.
FAN GURU is an app, that brings cosplayers, fangirls, video gamers, etc. together to experience their fandoms on a whole new level.
OnPoynt Aerial Solutions
OnPoynt Aerial Solutions provides drone assembly kits that allow students to open a box, build a drone, and fly it while picking up lessons on construction, physics, aerodynamics, mechanics, teamwork, and grit.
Ted’s Brain Science Products
Ted’s Pain Cream was created by a pair of neuroscientists, Ted Price and Greg Dussor. It only takes the ingredients in Ted’s™ pain cream a few days to turn the nerve pain volume back down, maybe even permanently.
Code Blue Jewelry
Beautifully handcrafted jewelry designed to be worn as personalized ID.
Fifth and Cherry
Fifth & Cherry creates high end, one of a kind, handmade cutting boards that will last a lifetime so you can pass them down from generation to generation.
The Enchanted Rose Floral Company
The Enchanted Rose Floral Company creates viable, environmentally sourced, long lasting flower arrangements that have the appearance of live flowers without the hassle.
Rakkasan Tea Company
Rakkasan Tea Company imports solely premium loose-leaf tea from carefully selected estates in post-conflict countries as a way to promote peace and economic growth.
The Momo Shack is a pop-up business that offers authentic Nepalese momos (dumplings) in the DFW area.