In-Kind: In-kind services donated by local businesses will also be awarded and are worth thousands of dollars in total. The competition is made up of three phases. Phase I is the first entry point and consists of a two-page business overview along with the entry form which are due in early August each year. Review Competition Guidelines Review the guidelines to learn about the three different phases of the Business Plan Competition, the requirements at each phase, competition submission deadlines, and resources available to assist you throughout the competition.
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The six judges, all entrepreneurs and highly experienced investors evaluated the pitches and written business plans from the teams. Over 75 Seattle University students, faculty, alumni, and supporters tuned in for the virtual event to cheer on the participating teams who made it through these unprecedented times, thanks to the support from our community. After lengthy deliberation, the judges selected the award winners, which were announced the next morning during a live presentation. Jones Foundation. This event also recognized the five semi-finalist companies which won special recognition awards. This year's grand prize winner, Arya Mathew, reflected on her team's journey through the course of the competition and shared that her whole team had a great experience participating in the HSBPC this year, and even though the event had moved to a virtual medium, the resources that IEC provided such as company coaches and technology runs, have made the transition as smooth as possible.
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The St. Thomas Business Plan Competition is open to all St. This is the logical next step to get your plans on paper, move your business forward and get paid in the process. The competition is open to all currently enrolled University of St.
During the second semester in the Wolff Center, our students form Intellectual Property IP business plan teams to represent WCE and the Bauer College of Business in coveted business plan competitions held throughout the world. In a year long process, our students build a real-world, commercially viable business plan around this technology with the goal of getting it into market. The teams are guided through the process by WCE professors and an outside mentoring advisory group. All of the IP teams compete for the chance to win monetary prizes to further fund the development of their technology.