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Ryan Stoll presents his venture, Compass for Courage, during the Pakis Social Entrepreneurship Challenge at Demo Days at Skysong on Friday. Photo by Deanna Dent/ASU Now

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(From left) ASU alumnus and entrepreneurship class instructor Scott Wald gives a $50,000 award to Tanner Tryon and Danny Pickett of EZEQ Rentals at the New Venture Challenge on Thursday at SkySong. Photo by Charlie Leight/ASU Now

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Ann Grimes and Christian Coleman, who will both earn their bachelor's degrees in mechanical engineering in May, present their business plan for an automated valve that lets homeowners control flood irrigation. Photo by Deanna Dent/ASU Now

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Dornubari Vizor, co-founder of the web-development company Yazamo and an alumnus of ASU, described how he grew his company over six years to be worth more than $1 million. Photo by Deanna Dent/ASU Now

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