2020 Internship: Final Reports



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Blabl is a small startup company based in London, England. The goal of this startup is to provide readily available, affordable, and high quality speech pathology lessons to youth in need through the use of a digital app. As a result will improve the teaching methods of Speech language pathologists around the world. The focus of this business project has changed throughout the internship. In the early stages of the project the main objective was to create a working prototype of the app. This included coding as well as finding and inputting as many data sets as possible into the algorithm in order to make the application as reliable as possible. Then the focus shifted towards advertising as the program became more and more efficient and reliable. While advertising it was important to find and discover new Speech language pathologists willing to test out the application and share information to clients if they would be interested in such a program. The target clients were at first only meant to be from the Chicagoland area but as this project progresses we would like for our area of influence to become greater. The company has hopes that one day Blabl will become the industry standard for software to help speech language pathologists.

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Ayan Agarwal; Blabl, Founder & CEO


Innovation, Workforce Development, Career Pathways, Career Development


Entrepreneurial and Small Business Operations

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Internship Business Project Final Report



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