College of Business and Management Dow Entrepreneurship Institute @ SVSU presents: 2017 Student Elevator Pitch Competition
We are bringing together entrepreneurs and small business supporters from across the region to make their 120 second pitch for a chance at winning up to $2,000 in funding plus additional prizes.

Have a great idea of your own? The competition is open to student owned businesses that have been in existence for one year or less as new start-up ventures. Just have a well-thought out business idea? You are welcome to apply!

Which new ideas will make the best pitch? Come cheer for your favorite startup ideas, check out the best pitches and network with the region's vibrant community of starters, supporters, makers and do-ers.

When: Thursday, November 30th, 2017 from 6:00PM - 8:00PM
Where: Banquet Room A

-120 second pitch, no slides or props.
-The company or idea MUST be majority (over 50%) owned by students.
-Winning funds are to be utilized to start or propel business ventures.
-Previously existing businesses with current sales greater than $ 200,000 or that have received outside financing or institutional funding (Venture capital, private equity, etc.) greater than $ 100,000 are ineligible.
-Prior competitors are not eligible to compete for prizes pitching the same business. However, prior winners can compete pitching business ideas that were not presented in previous competitions.

The number of teams is limited; event organizers will review all entries for approval. PITCH COMPETITION REGISTRATION CLOSES AT 11:59 PM EST NOVEMBER 26th, 2017. Guests/Spectators can register through November 29th.

Registration does not guarantee acceptance into the competition. Registered teams will be provided an additional form that must be completed and approved to be accepted into the competition.

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