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Student startups debut at Howard Community College competition

At Howard Community College's fall Entrepreneurial Celebration, 10 students presented their startup ideas.

At Howard Community College‘s fall Entrepreneurial Celebration, students presented their startup ideas, which included Gamers Online, a web platform that allows for video games to be played on any device.
The Baltimore Sun reports:

Ten students were selected from a pool of 200 enrolled in Entrepreneurship and Creativity to present proposals for new businesses and products to a panel of three judges. Held Dec. 5, the competition is repeated during the spring semester.
The college’s judges don’t interrogate, berate or humiliate the presenters. In fact, they don’t ask any questions or deliver any criticisms. Points are awarded by each judge in such categories as originality, business scalability, presentation with eye contact and financial model.

Read the full story at the Baltimore Sun.

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