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CSUF Business Plan Competition Announcement on Daily Titan

At the CSUF Business Plan Competition: Amerika Bernal (Center) accepting the Ed Huizinga Innovative Idea Award from Dorota Huizinga (L) and Center Director John Bradley Jackson (R)
At the CSUF Business Plan Competition: Amerika Bernal (Center) accepting the Ed Huizinga Innovative Idea Award from Dorota Huizinga (L) and Center Director John Bradley Jackson (R)

The CSUF Business Plan Competition is a great competition for any student with an idea that needs to be heard. All you have to do to enter is submit a short application by March 5th to be considered. If you advance far enough in this competition you can win scholarships, in-kind awards (consulting time) with professionals, and, who knows?, you may even end up starting your own business. What do you have to lose?

The Daily Titan recently published a report on the upcoming CSUF Business Plan Competition (excerpted below).

Specific awards for this year’s competition have not been announced yet, but more than $5,000 in scholarships and $10,000 in-kind awards, payment made in the form of goods and services, are being offered.

The cash sponsors include the Dan Black Family Foundation, Vijay Raman and Robert Jechart. In-kind services include Hein, LegalZoom, College Web Media and more.


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