The first-time entrepreneur doesn’t sound nervous. He’s actually looking forward to the trip from his hometown of Opelika, Alabama.
“They told me that I was the youngest person to ever get accepted to the event, ” said Rosenthal. “It felt awesome.”
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Rosenthal’s startup RecMed, which he launched in 2015, has already been generating buzz. He’s raised $100, 000 in angel investments and has already rejected a $30 million offer to buy his idea.