- Competition Organizer
David A. Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon University, Donald H. Jones Center for Entrepreneurship
- Submission Date
- Business Plan Submission Date
- Awards Date
- Competition Category
- Graduate - All U.S.
- Specialized Industries
- Who's Eligible
- Teams from graduate schools around the world
- Important Dates
Intent-to-Compete must be submitted by February 11, 2011. 30 teams will be invited to submit business plans due by March 1, 2011. The final event takes place March 10-12, 2011 at Carnegie Mellon University.
- Competition Prizes
In each track, the winning team’s startup company will receive a first prize of $20,000 as an investment in the firm. The winner of each track will receive $20,000 worth of in-kind prizes for intellectual property and other legal services. Also, the Donald H. Jones faculty will provide advisory services for first-place winners. Two of the three track winners will also receive an automatic invitation to participate in the University of Texas Venture Labs Investment Competition (formerly Moot Corp®).
- Other Info
The competition features three tracks: Technology, Life Science, and CleanTech. Winners are declared in each category. This competition revolves around new technologies including emerging industries such as information technology, biotechnology, robotics, nanotechnology, and telecommunications.