University of Louisville’s College of Business Cardinal Challenge

Third place at the Cardinal Challenge, held in Louisville, Kentucky — University of Louisville’s College of Business Cardinal Challenge

A-76 Technologies, a corrosion inhibitor and lubricants manufacturing company, won third place at the Cardinal Challenge, held in Louisville, Kentucky on February 15, 2014.  The annual competition is hosted by the University of Louisville’s College of Business.

A-76 Technologies won their semi-finals round and advanced to the finals with three other teams. After the semi-finals round, finalists received feedback, which they incorporated into their final presentations in the afternoon.

“We are thrilled by the results of the Cardinal Challenge,” said A-76 Technologies Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer Lauren Thompson. “We received excellent feedback on our business plan and our presentation, both of which we have worked to incorporate into our A-76 corporate strategy.  Also, congratulations to all participants of the Cardinal Challenge.  This event required considerable preparation and all teams performed admirably.  We especially appreciated the efforts of the University of Louisville to host such a well-managed event.”

More information on the Cardinal Challenge can be found at their website.

 

About A-76 Technologies

A-76 Technologies is a corrosion inhibitor and lubricants manufacturing company, providing solutions to a wide range of industries, including oil and gas, maritime, and household applications.  The A-76 Technologies brand includes A-76 Super and A-76 Green.  A-76 Super works in high-humidity, high salinity environments and at a range of temperatures from -30°F to more than 500°F.  A-76 Green is a variation of the formula that contains no volatile organic compounds (VOCs).