Institute for Enterprise to judge Incubator Competition at Drexel University

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Submitted by John Elwell

August 22nd, 2016 3:04 p.m.

Institute for Enterprise LogoThe Institute for Enterprise, Inc. is pleased to announce that they have been asked to act as the preliminary round judge for the 2016 Incubator Competition at Drexel University’s Baiada Institute for Entrepreneurship. They will be judging the Business Plan competition which is open to all Charles D. Close Entrepreneur School students as well as recent graduates.

The Baiada Institute Incubator Competition is to help student entrepreneurs develop their business ideas, receive feedback and mentoring, and compete for cash prizes and in-kind assistance. It also provides opportunities for networking, brainstorming, and development of future entrepreneurial opportunities.

In addition to receiving some free in-kind legal and accounting help, the top three teams will receive resident space in the Baiada Institute for up to one year.

The Charles D. Close School at Drexel University is the first freestanding school of entrepreneurship in the nation to offer degrees.

The Institute for Enterprise, Inc. is a public 501(c)(3) charity founded in 2014 by Douglas M Newton and John Campbell Elwell to help young people identify and accomplish their educational, business, and economic goals in an entrepreneurial free market environment.

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