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Jason Tennenhouse

Jason Tennenhouse
BA 1997, Industrial Design
MA, 2000, Entrepreneurial Industrial Design

Owner, 10 IN HOUSE Strategy & Design
Carmel, IN

Jason Tennenhouse is Owner of 10 IN HOUSE Strategy & Design. His also founder of Greyhouse Coffee & Supply Co., Founder of GreyMob Idea Accelerator, Co-Founder of MatchBOX Coworking Studio, was VP of Spensa Technologies, and Executive Director for Campus House. Jason considers himself a designer and business strategist, and strives to apply those skills to make out community and the world a little bit better place. 

Earning his academic degrees from Purdue University, Jason studied Industrial Design, Psychology, Business, and Philosophy, and helped pioneer the school's Entrepreneurial Industrial Design Graduate program. He went on to work for The Indianapolis Children's Museum, the largest children's museum in the world, as an exhibit designer where he created several permanent pieces. While moonlighting, Jason went to on to start two different product design firms of his own. He also worked for a time at a creative Think Tank in Chicago contributing to concepts for hundreds of new toys. Jason then joined the Research & Development team of a large St. Louis toy company as head of concept design. 

He developed licensed and original products for both boys and girls in multiple play-patterns across all appreciable sectors in the industry, some selling units in the millions globally through such stores as Target, Wal-Mart, and Sears. His work has been part of several design and engineering patents and has been published internationally.