$50,000 Cash and Prizes. Do you have a business idea, or a startup in need of professional or financial support? THE CLIMB | Jake Jabs Business Plan Competition is an annual business challenge for collegiate and community students looking to succeed as entrepreneurs. With up to $50,000 in cash and prizes available and valuable networking and mentorship opportunities throughout the competition, this is a remarkable opportunity to bring your business ideas to life. Read more
Firm that turns algae into ink takes top prize at Jake Jabs Center for Entrepreneurship Business Plan Competition
DENVER—Inspiration can strike in odd, even mundane, places. For biologist-turned-entrepreneur Scott Fulbright, it was in the greeting card aisle.
“I was getting a card for my grandmother,” he said. “I thought, ‘We could actually use algae as ink.’ Read more
Entrepreneurship event expands to include entrants from Montana State University
DENVER — A business that improves treatments for allergy sufferers while increasing revenue for physicians took top honors at the 12th annual Bard Center for Entrepreneurship Business Plan Competition. Read more
For first time, dual winners named in Bard Center for Entrepreneurship Business Plan competition
An eco-friendly online fashion retailer and a mobile app developer shared the top prize in the 11th annual Bard Center for Entrepreneurship Business Plan Competition.
It was the first time in the competition’s history that two finalists were chosen as winners. Read more
Viktorian Guitars wins $10,000 in contest
DENVER – The makers of a high-tech, carbon fiber electric guitar walked away with first place Thursday in the 10th annual Business Plan Competition sponsored by the University of Colorado Denver Business School’s Bard Center for Entrepreneurship.
“I’m elated to bring this new technology to Denver,” said Josh Jacobson, CEO of Viktorian Guitars which won $10,000 for its first place showing. Read more