An entrepreneur creating new business models and solutions through innovative software applications.
Kavun NuggihalliSoftware Engineer | Finance & Strategy
Awards & Achievements
The Lori Hermelin Bush Seed Fund Awarded $10,000 in grant funding. (2022)
Blackstone LaunchPad & TechStars' Fellowship. Awarded $5,000 in grant funding. (2020)
Sponsored by Goldman Sachs in Philadelphia Startup Leader’s Entrepreneur Expo (2019)
“Most Promising University Company” by Morgan Lewis LLP & Angle Venture Fair (2019)
Featured in the Philadelphia Alliance for Capital and Technology’s (PACT 2018 & 2019)
Placed 2nd in the 20th annual Be Your Own Boss Bowl (Shark Tank style competition).
Winning a total of $35,000 in seed funding through pitch competitions (2018 & 2019)
Graduated Innovation & Entrepreneurship Institute’s (IEI) startup accelerator (2018)
Latest Blog Posts
Written by Kavun Nuggihalli
For my 21st birthday I had the opportunity to travel to Tokyo, Japan. I could not imagine a better way to spend such a special day than immersing myself in the culture of Japan.
It is too easy to fall prey to the mindset of a startup, the comfort and essence of innovation. In reality the only way to survive in a world of business is to reach out and network, keep up with markets, and play the odds to the top.
If you are new to process supervision on Linux, be prepared to get involved in a long running war and controversy over service management in the kernel.
In 2015 I begun building my own PC with scrap parts I had collected. Now I have a powerhouse of a PC and I feel like there is nothing I can’t accomplish with it.
My experience as a University of Pennsylvania software engineer building an Electronic Healthcare System...
I work directly with the Experiential Learning and Assessment Center at the Perelman School of Medicine located at the University of Pennsylvania.
ConsiderCode receives seed funding from the Innovation and Entrepreneurship Institute at Temple’s Fox School...
ConsiderCode, the company that created the Attend platform has received an initial seed funding round from Temple University. Led by Kavun Nuggihalli, ConsiderCode won $10,000 in seed funding at the April 19th University-wide competition.