Young alum's start-up transforms real estate industry
The cover of September's Entrepreneur magazine features Austin Allison, CEAS '08, whose tech start-up, dotloop, is revolutionizing the way people buy and sell homes. The company's platform enables real estate contracts to be drafted, edited, approved, signed and stored by agents, buyers and sellers, rendering face-to-face meetings optional while streamlining the entire process. dotloop was launched in 2009 and now has 60 employees and is used by 200,000 agents throughout North America.
Read the Entrepreneur story as well as an item at Cincinnati.com.
Global outlook takes young alum to Vietnam
UC's diversity and international perspective are obvious in young alumnus Spencer Utt, who is currently spreading the Red & Black in Southeast Asia. After graduating in 2010, Utt went to Vietnam to work for a recruiting agency, then started working with UC International Admissions. Vietnam is the 8th leading foreign country for sending students to U.S. universities. "The prospect of gaining U.S. work experience through the co-op program is definitely the biggest attraction, as well as UC's affordability and high quality of education," Utt said.
Read more about Utt's unique role and UC International recruiting.