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Students: apply to pitch at the first region-wide business plan competition

In search of Philadelphia's best student-run startup. $15,000 is up for grabs.

Maybe we'll see these student entrepreneurs from Philadelphia University at the regional business plan competition. (Photo by Dan Marcel)

Students, wanna be the next Chris Gray?
Here’s one way to polish your pitching skills. Philadelphia is hosting its first region-wide business plan competition for students.
It’s an effort to unite — and celebrate — all the student entrepreneurship activity happening around town. And there’s $15,000 up for grabs.
The final pitch competition will happen in February, with a practice pitch event during November’s Delaware Innovation Week, which is full disclosure, organized by
Apply by Dec. 15
The competition is backed by a $23,500 grant from the city’s StartUp PHL program and organized by Drexel’s Chuck Sacco with Campus Philly.

Companies: Campus Philly
People: Chuck Sacco
Projects: StartUp PHL

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