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DO YOU HAVE A BIG IDEA? 2017 Video Pitch Competition Registration Below:
Create a two-minute explaining your idea for a chance to receive cash prices.
CONFRIMATION: I (we) are current undergraduate and/or graduate students of American University registering to participate in the Big Idea Video Pitch Competition and are aware of the requirements and terms. *
Our submission best fits the following category: *
Please enter the name, email, phone number and school/degree/graduation date for the primary contact for your team: *
Your answer
Please enter the name, email and phone number and school/degree/graduation date for the secondary contact for your team: (if none, type not applicable below) *
Your answer
Please describe your idea in the space below (Less than 400 characters): *
Your answer
October 17 – Registration begins
November 13 – Last day to submit your entry- MIDNIGHT
November 14 - 15 – Judging
November 17 – Winners Announced
Current AU students (undergraduate or graduate) may register as individuals or teams online until midnight on November 13 by completing this simple registration form. Registration is FREE of charge. All the materials are first screened by faculty members. Any unfit material may be deleted and the participant can be banned from the competition for failing to follow the rules.

Email your name and video link (either youtube or vimeo) to If it is a You Tube video, please make sure your video is set to "unlisted". We may not be able to view the video if this is not done.

Each email submission entry should include the following material:
The names and contacts of team members.
A short description of the business idea (less than 400 characters) with a name and slogan as a topic (max 100 characters).
Your two-minute pitch video (or an animation).
The finished video should be uploaded to Vimeo or YouTube and a link sent to us.

Winners will be notified on November 16, following the final judging and should be available to attend the awards presentation event on Friday, November 17.

The material is public, so do NOT share anything you consider to be of high value or confidential.

Contact: Professor Tommy White, or Bill Bellows, or stop by the AUCI Incubator at in the Myers Building, Room 221.
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