The UH Business Plan Competition is an intense, experiential program that provides mentorship, training and resources to UH students and faculty who want to learn what it takes to be an entrepreneur and start a business venture. Through this competition, participants practice the art of testing the feasibility of a business idea, developing a business plan and pitching it to investors. RendezView, Alberto Gonzalez Martinez, Dylan Kobayashi and Ryan Theriot RendezView is an innovative software solution that creates collaborative meeting environments where multiple users work together in real time with multiple files in the same virtual space from their own devices. Rose Gold Gems, Kahiau Machado, Kylie Shimada and Rose Wong Rose Gold Gems is disrupting the luxury jewelry market by offering affordable 14k solid gold, diamonds and gemstones through a direct to consumer distribution model.
All concept papers will be screened and judged. The selected concept papers will be invited to submit a business plan in March and to pitch in the Semifinals on April 9, closed to the public. There will be "How to Pitch" workshop on November 8, for those participating in the 'Canes Challenge.
More information will be sent to those teams as we get closer.
These workshops are open to all undergraduate and graduate students participating in the Business Plan competition.
More information to follow soon. The concept paper is the document used to determine which applicants will be invited to submit a full, detailed business plan for the competition.
Therefore, it is important that the concept synopsis contain as much helpful and relevant information as possible, within the three page limit, to allow for a thorough evaluation of the concept.
All participants must create an account, enter their personal information in order to submit the concept paper see below. Concept papers will be evaluated based on the degree to which the following are thoroughly and clearly addressed: What is new about what you are making?
Who will buy it target market and why? What is the market and its size? Competition and competitive advantage. Who are your competitors, and who might become competitors? Who has the capacity to challenge the status quo? Multiple concept paper submissions are NOT accepted.
Each individual should only appear on ONE submission. You must use Chrome as your web browser. Please use the following link to submit your concept paper: Click on "Registration" and create a new account with your personal information, then click "Register".
Choose from "All Conferences"- type Canes Challenge Business Plan Competition Winners. Carl and Amy Perez, the owners of Rock Your World Decorative Concrete, were named the Business Plan Competition winner during the city’s Development Corporation meeting on April 25, , garnering a $50, cash prize.
Competitions provide opportunities for students to gain powerful skills and experiences in the creation and design of new technologies and also in the planning and creation of business models.
Two major competitions that we run out of the Center are the Burton D. Morgan Business Plan Competition and the Schurz Innovation Challenge. Rice University on Facebook; Rice University on Twitter Rice’s graduate entrepreneurship program ranked No. 3 in US. Rice and its Jones Graduate School of Business have the No.
3 graduate Read more. Image: M.B.A. Students Compete for Cash in Rapid-Pitch Contests Image: $2M awarded during Rice Business Plan Competition. Image. In the context of venture pitch and business plan competitions, it affords entrepreneurs an opportunity to test their concepts, identify weaknesses, improve their pitch, meet investors, get expert feedback, brand a product, gain some recognition, and potentially win a prize.
The entry fee for the Business Plan Competition is € To register, please complete the form below — this will submit your information to the Competition Coordinator, Lieve Hauben, who will contact you to process payment.
Inquiries about rules and judging criteria should be directed to Carline Vuylsteke, NIBS Vice President. The . The University of Hawaii at Manoa Business Plan Competition is an intense, experiential program that provides mentorship, training and resources to UH students and faculty who want to learn what it takes to be an entrepreneur and start a business venture.