K.P. Reddy

Reddy’s new book says what we know about startups is wrong

K.P. Reddy, BCE 1994, published his first book Feb. 5. "What You Know About Startups Is Wrong" aims to set the record straight on entrepreneurship and startup culture. (Photo Courtesy: The Combine)

Drawing from his 25 years as a self-professed serial entrepreneur — and some hard-earned lessons — K.P. Reddy has set out to correct some of the mythology around startups in a new book out Feb. 5.

Monday, February 5, 2018

Alumnus KP Reddy tapped to help engineering firm commercialize 5 in-house startups

K.P. Reddy, co-founder of The Combine and a 1994 civil engineering graduate. (Photo: The Combine)

Georgia Tech alumnus K.P. Reddy will help engineering firm Thornton Tomasetti spin off five new companies from its in-house startup accelerator in 2017. The firm announced a partnership Dec. 16 with The Combine, which Reddy co-founded to bridge the gap between startup and stand-alone company.

Tuesday, December 20, 2016

Reddy and his sewing robots are IndustryWeek’s Manufacturing Leader of the Week

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Serial entrepreneur and sewing-automation leader K.P. Reddy is IndustryWeek magazine’s Manufacturing Leader of the Week for June 6-12. Reddy, who earned his Georgia Tech civil engineering degree in 1994, is CEO of SoftWear Automation, a startup that is reinventing the sewing automation process using robots and machine vision.

Friday, June 10, 2016
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