- Competition Organizer
- Submission Date
- Awards Date
- Total Prize Cash (US Dollars)
- Competition Category
- Graduate - Local U.S.
- Undergraduate - Local U.S.
- Who's Eligible
- Each team must have at least one participating, current Duke student. No businesses generating revenues of over $50,000, or that have received institutional funding, are allowed to compete.
- Important Dates
Entries are due February 10, 2010. The finals take place on April 8, 2010 at Duke University with the Grand Finale awards event on April 16, 2010.
- Competition Prizes
Grand prize $25,000 cash plus office space. Each track winner receives $1,000 cash plus services.
- Other Info
The competition consists of an Elevator Pitch competition, Executive Summary competition, and Investor Pitch Competition. On March 24th, 2010, 35 semi-finalists will make 15 minute investor pitches in front of a closed door panel of judges. The panel of judges will provide feedback, and will select one finalist and one runners-up per track to compete in the finals. There are five functional tracks and two special interest tracks.