2009 Business Plan Competition

ANNOUNCING THE WINNERS OF THE SIXTH ANNUAL PACE BUSINESS PLAN COMPETITION

[Michael 

Bonavita]

[Rohit Phadtare]

[Katie Ohsann]
First Place
Michael Bonavita, Cone Cibo

>> Read Michael Bonavita's biography and Executive Summary
>> Watch him pitch Cone Cibo (.wmv)

Second Place
Rohit Phadtare, StudentsGlobe

>> Read Rohit Phadtare's biography and Executive Summary
>> Watch him pitch Students Globe (.wmv)

Third Place
Katie Ohsann, Between Courses

>> Read Katie Ohsann's biography and Executive Summary.
>> Watch her pitch BetweenCourses (.wmv)
 


[Business Plan Competition]

The Sixth Annual Business Plan Competition

Presented by:
Entrepreneurship@Lubin
in association with
The Wilson Center for Social Entrepreneurship
and the
[MIT]


$1,000 cash prize will be awarded to the winning business plan


Monday, April 13th, 2009
5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Multipurpose Room
1 Pace Plaza
New York, NY 10038

[panelists]
featuring panelists Mumtaz Alvi, Founder, Alvi & Alliance Counselors-at-Law; Somak Chattopadhyay, Vice President, Greenhill SAVP; Michael Gochman, Founder, Gochman Group; and Sabrina Horn, Founder, President, and CEO, Horn Group



[Business Plan 



Competition]  
Panelists evaluating the contestants business plans at the 2007 Pace Business Plan Competition.
 
 
[BPC Program]
Click to download the full Official Program for the Sixth Annual Pace Business Plan Competition (.pdf)
.
 

The Pace University Business Plan Competition is held to foster the entrepreneurial spirit among students, promote practical business skills, and encourage the creation of new ventures. Currently enrolled undergraduate and graduate students at Pace, as well as recent Pace alumni (those who have graduated within the past two years), are encouraged to submit an original Business Plan each spring semester. Plans may be submitted for commercial businesses as well as social ventures.

Learn about exciting new business plans and this year's theme 'From Plan to Reality: What it really takes to start a new business.'

All entries must be for an original concept and may be submitted individually or in teams of two to four. All plans are limited to 40 pages and must contain a one-page executive summary. Completed business plans should be submitted by e-mail to: bbachenheimer@pace.edu (Microsoft Word® documents only). For additional information, please contact:
 

Professor Bruce Bachenheimer
Department of Management
Lubin School of business
Pace University
One PACE Plaza, W-422
New York, NY 10038
Tel: 212-618-6530
Fax: 212-618-6532

Click for complete guidelines for the
Business Plan Competition
.



Register for the Business Plan Special Presentations and Awards Ceremony!