Logistics and Due Dates

How Do I Do It?

Students may compete in groups. While there is no technical limit to group size, no more than six may participate in the plan presentation. Typically a group is three to four students.

How is the Project Evaluated?

2014 Enterprise Plan Score Sheet 

What's The Prize?

Winner receives $5,000! Second place: $2500; third place: $1000.

While the prize is intended to be used as seed money for the start up of the organization, there are no restrictions on the use of the prize money once awarded.

When Is Everything Due?

3 Copies of the Executive Summary and financials (with assumptions): Noon, Wednesday April 2, 2014 to Julia Kirby, JEM 149. The copies need not to be in color or bound, etc.
Business Plan Contents

Finalists Notified: Monday, April 14, 2014

If your plan is selected as a finalist you have the opportunity to revise or modify your written plan, perhaps based on feedback from you first draft.

Revisions for Finalists: Thursday, April 17, 2014

If your plan is selected as one of 5 finalists, you must submit 5 paper copies of your Executive Summary and financials (with assumptions) and full business plan to Julia Kirby (JEM149) after you have made any changes suggested in the first round of scoring.

Final Presentation: Friday, April 25, 2014 1:00 - 5:30 PM in Pomerlau Alumni Center 
Final Presentations Guidelines

Sponsor: Peter R. Worrell '79 H'06 and Dr. Kareen Kendrick Worrell '77