University Business Plan Competitions

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Welcome to the Most Fundable Companies Competition Run by Pepperdine University!

You do not need to be affiliated with Pepperdine to participate.

Fourteen ventures selected as finalists for second annual MSU $50K Venture Competition April 7-8

The 14 finalists were selected from among 36 entries submitted by MSU students, faculty, staff and recent alumni. Finalists in a traditional venture track will pitch on Wednesday, April 7. Finalists in a social venture track will pitch on Thursday, April 8.

Montana State’s $50K Venture Competition to be held virtually April 7-8

The competition with two tracks, social venture and traditional venture, is open to all MSU undergraduate and graduate students, MSU faculty and staff, and MSU alumni who have graduated within the last 10 years.

How to Win Any Business Plan Competition, From a 4-Time Winner

Alison Alvarez has gotten really good at understanding what judges want. Here are her top tips.

Two MSU alumni complete fellowship program aimed at increasing their startups’ social impact

“More and more, burgeoning student entrepreneurs are demonstrating that they care more about having a social impact than turning large profits,”

MSU student entrepreneurs secure business funding at annual startup challenge

All four teams of Montana State University student entrepreneurs who competed at a startup competition held this fall earned awards and funding to support their ventures.

Student entrepreneurs win $6,000 in MSU’s virtual Big Idea Challenge

“I was so impressed with the talent of these finalists and their ideas,” said Trevor Huffmaster, director of the MSU Blackstone LaunchPad. “Even during the current challenging environment, we are able to showcase the immense entrepreneurship potential we have here at Montana State.”

Women Shine in University of Montana’s Annual Business Startup Competition

“This competition demonstrates that when we provide women with a safe environment to say their ideas out loud, they can and will succeed,” Slemberger said.

With Universities Going Online, This VC, 28, Plans To Invest In Student Entrepreneurs Who Want A Gap Year

As the coronavirus pushes more universities to announce they’ll move their classes online in the fall, venture investor Eric Tarczynski has a plan to fund student entrepreneurs who’d rather take a gap year than go back under those circumstances.

Seven ventures earn prizes at inaugural Montana State University $50K Venture Competition

“Special thanks to MSU alumni Jake Jabs and Don Fisher for their very generous support and commitment to helping us engage our entrepreneurial community at MSU.”