The 2012 Lippman Prize is a newly-established grant awarded to the best new business ventures started by Yale students and/or faculty, donated by Genesis10 founder Harley Lippman. The winning company will be awarded a $25,000 grant and a people’s choice will be awarded $5,000.
Five start-ups will be selected from the pool of applicants to present a 5-minute pitch to a judging panel of Yale alumni and investors at the Yale Entrepreneurs Conference on September 21, 2012.
- Competition Organizer
Yale Entrepreneurial Institute
- Local US Event
- New Haven, CT
- Submission Date
- Business Plan Submission Date
- Awards Date
- Total Prize Cash (US Dollars)
- Competition Category
- Undergraduate - Local U.S.
- Business - Local U.S.
- Social Entrepreneurship
- Who's Eligible
- Applicants must be a Yale student, faculty, or graduate of the Class of 2012. All Yale schools are eligible.
- Applicant may be either an individual or early-stage company (defined as founded in 2010 or later, with less than $1 million in revenue or investment).