Regis University’s Entrepreneurship Club hosts launch event for alumni owned crowd-funding platform

November 12, 2013

Over the course of a college student’s education, millions of students will acquire hundreds of thousands of dollars in debt because of increasing tuition and student loans.  If you are struggling with student loans, come to the Zinasa event that will help you pay off that debt and decrease the cost of tuition. The Regis Entrepreneur Club is hosting the Launch event for Zinasa on Wednesday, Nov. 13 at 12 p.m. and Thursday, Nov. 14 at 6 p.m.

Regis University’s Entrepreneurship Club has been around for two years, and is re-launching in January 2014 with new club leadership in place.  The club has been established to assist students with their ideas for starting a business. The club is hoping to assist students with their platform and marketing, when launching their business off the ground.  This has been proven to be especially helpful with undergraduates, who are often juggling being a full time student and starting a business.

Zinasa, is a crowd funding company who is addressing the increasing cost of tuition and heavy burden of student loans by giving students the opportunity to help pay tuition in exchange for volunteered time to a local social cause.

Giving support to local causes will benefit and improve our local communities.  Zinasa was founded by two Regis graduates, Lam Vo & Hector Kambow.

The Zinasa Launch event will be hosted at the Regis University North Denver (Lowell) campus in Main Hall room 333, on Wednesday, Nov. 13 at 12 p.m. and at Clarke Hall Room 139 on Thursday, Nov. 14 at 6 p.m.  Light food and refreshments will be provided, and all students, staff and non-profits are invited to attend.  During the event Zinasa will be giving presentations every fifteen minutes explaining how they will connect students, social projects and crowding funding as an excellent opportunity for students to pay portions of their tuition.

Colleen Flynn 303.775.1357
Kelly Fleming 602.769.1850