The Business Track of the New Venture Competition provides a unique opportunity for students to put entrepreneurship principles into practice with an integrative learning experience. Whether you are a winner of prizes, go on to implement your proposed new venture idea, or simply take advantage of the learning and apply it later in your career, we guarantee the Competition will be an exciting, challenging, and rewarding experience.
Not sure which track is right for you? Unsure of whether your idea is right for business or social track?
The decision is not cut-and-dry. Here are some helpful questions to ask as you are considering the right track for you. Do I meet eligibility requirements for the track? What is the primary focus of your idea — economic or social returns?
The Business Track focuses on ventures whose economic returns drive substantial market value. Ideas may also have social impact, but social impact is not the focus of your decision making, market entry, or funding.
The Social Enterprise Track focuses on ventures that create social change, and can include nonprofit, for-profit and hybrid models. In recent years, approximately half of SE entries have been for-profit or hybrid.
In all cases, ideas are evaluated for financial sustainability; and in for-profit plans, the focus is on social return while having economic returns. How do you want to be evaluated, where do you want feedback, and which judges do you want to make connections with?Connect with accredited investor group - New Venture Championship based in Eugene, OR, USA with interests in Biotechnology, Business Products, Clean Technology.
The UW Business Plan Competition (BPC), organized by the Buerk Center for Entrepreneurship, provides a real-world experience for student entrepreneurs, promoting student ideas and new venture creation to the entrepreneurial community.
The Rollins Venture Plan Competition provides members of the Central Florida community an opportunity to take an idea for a new product or business and develop a plan .
The University of Notre Dame’s newly named McCloskey New Venture Competition is calling for applications from entrepreneurs and startups in Elkhart, Marshall and St. Joseph counties. Applications will be accepted through Nov.
27 (Monday). The competition, formerly known as the McCloskey Business.
The global Venture Capital Investment Competition is the world’s largest venture capital competition among top MBA students from 70+ prestigious business schools from 13 countries on 3 continents. At the core of the event is a creative turn of the tables.
Getting In on the University Business Plan Competition Circuit a business plan competition than during an entire MBA program. There is also the exposure to new business investors, like venture.