business plan competition
The second annual Accelerate Michigan Innovation Competition opened Monday. Through the competition, more than $1 million in cash, plus in-kind awards of services, staffing and software, to entrepreneurial businesses willing to grow in Michigan.
One of the world’s richest business plan competitions is coming back to Michigan this fall.
The Samuel Zell & Robert H. Lurie Institute for Entrepreneurial Studies at the University of Michigan Ross School of Business today announced that several student-run startups have been awarded top prizes at this year’s Rice University Business Plan Competition, the world’s largest and richest graduate-level business plan competition.
TiE Detroit — the entrepreneurial organization that started out for Indian expatriates, but which has since growth beyond those original roots — is adding another business plan competiton to the Southeast Michigan mix. The TiEQuest […]
Two teams from the University of Michigan are among 42 teams selected from around the world to compete in the finals of the Rice University Business Plan Competition.
Six business plans were selected as finalists for the Eastern Michigan University Skandalaris Business Plan Competition as high school and university students will compete for cash prizes totaling $5,000.
The future of Michigan took to the stage at Ann Arbor’s gorgeous Skyline High School Monday night for the Annual Collaboration for Entrepreneurship 2011 in a business plan competition that capped six hours of valuable information and networking for current and would-be entrepreneurs.
Kalamazoo-based Armune BioScience won the $500,000 first prize in the Accelerate Michigan busines plan competition Saturday.
Gov.-Elect Rick Snyder had encouraging words for all participants in Accelerate Michigan, the business plan competition held Thursday through Saturday at the University of Michigan’s North Campus Research Complex. “For startups, lack of success is not […]
The Accelerate Michigan business plan competition featured a full day of company presentations and panel discussions Friday. And Friday evening, the competition named the winners of its student business plan contest, passing out $60,000 in prize money.