The company – which provides utility workers with a pocket-sized gadget to test the sag, tension and temperature of power lines – was Young’s brainchild, but it really came into its own as Young worked out of Auburn University’s New Venture Accelerator, which provides office space and more to startup companies.
“If I could be here forever, then I probably would,” Young says about the accelerator. “I don’t know anyone else probably in the Southeast that has an office that’s this sweet in a building this awesome for free.”
In the podcast, Zac Young talks about inheriting his father’s entrepreneurial spirit, honing it at Auburn and looking toward the future of a company that has already been successful in competitions, including winning the Alabama Launchpad competition.
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Coming next week: Rhett Ross talks about Deuce Drone, the Mobile company planning to use drones to deliver your food and other items to your doorstep.
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