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Salem Native Founds Online Think Tank Utilizing College Students to Solve World's ProblemsSalem-News.com
The website services are free and completely confidential.
(SALT LAKE CITY, Utah) - Organizations of all sizes from any industry and discipline in the world can submit their complex business, engineering, technical, political, legal, or other problems at www.noodlestorm.com and receive multiple solutions from the brightest college students from around the world.
This system of university consulting already exists as many organizations hire MBA, engineering, and other students to solve their problems for them.
NoodleStorm.com moves that marketplace online and makes it possible for organizations to receive multiple solutions from students all over the world instead of just one solution from one set of students at one school.
The website enables students the opportunity to gain real-world consulting experience and course credit for the solutions they submit. NoodleStorm.com is also an RFP (request for proposals) system for any industry and discipline in the world and a free online business directory. The website services are free and completely confidential.
NoodleStorm.com first launched in April 2010 and since its launch, graduate and PhD students from the following universities have already signed up to solve organizations’ problems: University of Texas at Austin, University of Washington, University of California Irvine, Brigham Young University, and the University of Utah.
The website’s founder, Dan Butt, is a native of Salem, Oregon. The website is running a promotion through the end of July – any organization that signs up and submits at least one problem for college students to solve gains free access to the website forever.
Go to NoodleStorm.com to sign up and submit your organization’s problems or to sign up as a college student to solve problems.
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