PathoS, DynaSystems win TowsonGlobal’s 2013 Business Plan Competition [VIDEO]

Winners receive membership to TowsonGlobal and cash prizes.

A police officer tests out DynaSpike.

PathoS, a startup based out of Johns Hopkins University that’s producing more affordable cancer diagnostic tools, is the winner of TowsonGlobal Business Incubator‘s third annual Business Plan Competition.
Second place went to DynaSystems, which makes the DynaSpike, a spike system police officers activate using a wireless hand remote, allowing them to end high-speed chases as easily as they would change television channels.
Seriously. Check out the video:

For winning first prize, PathoS will receive:

  • $4,000
  • 90-day resident membership to TowsonGlobal
  • Executive coaching from CEO IQ
  • Logo design by 99designs

Second-place DynaSystems will receive:

  • $1,000
  • 90-day associate membership to TowsonGlobal
  • One-year membership to the online community and resources of CEO IQ
  • Logo design by 99designs
Companies: DynaSystems / PathoS / TowsonGlobal Business Incubator

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