Alabama Launchpad Announces Seventh Annual Business Plan Competition

Alabama Launchpad Announces Seventh Annual Business Plan Competition

p style=”text-align: justify;”>business plan competitionTuscaloosa, AL – Alabama Launchpad, a program of the Economic Development Partnership of Alabama Foundation, will host its seventh Business Plan Competition over the next several months.

competition scheduleApplications will be accepted starting December 12th and a max of 25 startups will be chosen to compete on January 31st for multiple seed grants ranging from $20k to $100k in seed money.

Needed to apply is the Application, Business Model Canvas, 3 Minute Pitch Video, Proof of Concept Budget Proposal, and Slide Deck (10 slide max). Also, a $150 application fee will apply.

Teams will compete through three rounds of pitching their business and the winner will be announced on May 3rd.

Last year’s winner, inDegree, was a software-development team from UAB whose concept offers an alumni tracking service that helps universities stay connected with graduates and build stronger alumni communities, while helping students to leverage their alumni networks in the job market.

For more information about the competition, contact the Office for Technology Transfer.

p style=”text-align: justify;”>business plan competitionTuscaloosa, AL – Alabama Launchpad, a program of the Economic Development Partnership of Alabama Foundation, will host its seventh Business Plan Competition over the next several months.

competition scheduleApplications will be accepted starting December 12th and a max of 25 startups will be chosen to compete on January 31st for multiple seed grants ranging from $20k to $100k in seed money.

Needed to apply is the Application, Business Model Canvas, 3 Minute Pitch Video, Proof of Concept Budget Proposal, and Slide Deck (10 slide max). Also, a $150 application fee will apply.

Teams will compete through three rounds of pitching their business and the winner will be announced on May 3rd.

Last year’s winner, inDegree, was a software-development team from UAB whose concept offers an alumni tracking service that helps universities stay connected with graduates and build stronger alumni communities, while helping students to leverage their alumni networks in the job market.

For more information about the competition, contact the Office for Technology Transfer.

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