One Oklahoman's path from high school entrepreneur to startup execPublished: Tuesday, April 3, 2018 By: Scott Meacham Source: NewsOK
Kenneth Knoll, chief operating officer at WeGoLook, has been on i2E's radar since he was a student at the University of Tulsa and led a team that earned first place in the Governor's Cup (now the Love's Cup) collegiate business plan competition.
Knoll's story shares many of the same themes that we at i2E often hear from young entrepreneurs. He didn't grow up with the high-growth entrepreneurial bug; he's quick to say that he never set out to create the next Google or Microsoft.
“From my early days, I did like to tinker, learn how things worked, and was always trying to figure out how to turn a buck,” Knoll said.
He was still in high school when paintball became popular.