Media Coverage

ieCrowd Joins Indiegogo for "Drinks with Social Entrepreneurs"

ieCrowd CEO Amro Albanna recently joined Indiegogo for their Social Innovation Happy Hour - a networking event designed to talk about social innovation, which is at the heart of ieCrowd's mission.

Indiegogo Co-Founder Danae Ringelmann moderated a conversation among social innovators to address questions from attendees. Panelists included Mr. Albanna along with Lisa Curtis, Founder and CEO of Kuli Kuli, and  Tom Lambot, Head of Engineering at rLoop.

In their post about the event, Indiegogo says,...

News: ieCrowd on Bloomberg Radio for Bloomberg Market Minute

Amro Albanna, CEO of ieCrowd, is interviewed by Steve Potisk from Bloomberg Radio for Bloomberg Market Minute.

RIVERSIDE, Calif. - Sept. 5, 2015 --A good idea is usually the way a new product gets a start, but building on a good idea takes money often a roadblock to innovation.

ieCrowd commercializes innovations developed by research institutions and universities around the world.

News: "High Tech Hope for Repelling Mosquitoes" - New York Times on Kite

Kite technology was featured in an article published in The New York Times on August 11, 2015.

A native Alaskan with a long history of dealing with mosquitoes, New York Times “Wired Well”  reporter Jennifer Jolly featured Kite in her column exploring the global impact of mosquitoes and how people deal with them.

News: The Press Enterprise: "TECH: Riverside's ieCrowd in the midst of initial public offering"

ieCrowd's IPO was featured in an article in The Press Enterprise published July 10, 2015.

"Riverside-based Innovation Economy Corp., which develops university-researched wellness items such as a mosquito-repellent patch that originated at UC Riverside, is in the final month of an initial public offering aimed at raising up to $20 million."

News: "Using Crowd Financing to Fuel Scientific Breakthroughs" on KPCC Radio

ieCrowd’s CEO Amro Albanna and UC San Diego's Dave Gibbons sat down this week with Tess Vigeland of KPCC radio's "Take Two" for a conversation about unlocking the potential of untapped innovations and our planned IPO.

News: The Press Enterprise: "Robots, High Tech Help for Humans"

Nano Engineered Applications was featured in a post by The Press Enterprise.

The robot’s key feature is an “electronic nose,” a tiny sensor that can identify such chemical compounds as hydrogen sulfide, ammonia, nitrogen dioxide, ozone and carbon monoxide ...