The Anderson Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation is excited to announce its fall 2016 business plan competitions: Vol Court and the Boyd Venture Challenge. In past semesters, students from CEHHS have competed in both competitions, and we hope this trend will continue! Below is information about the competitions
VOL COURT: Begins October 12
The Vol Court Speaker Series and Pitch Competition kicks off on October 12 at 5:15 p.m. in 104 Haslam Business Building. Vol Court is a six-week entrepreneurial speaker series hosted by the Anderson Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation. The series culminates in a pitch competition where attendees put what they’ve learned to use by pitching their ideas to a panel of judges. Winners of the Vol Court Pitch Competition receive cash, rental space in the UTRF Business Incubator and legal and accounting services. Vol Court is a free event open to all UT students, faculty and staff. For more information, visit https://tiny.utk.edu/VolCourtFall16.
BOYD VENTURE CHALLENGE: Application deadline October 17
The Boyd Venture Challenge is accepting applications now through Oct. 17. Boyd Venture Challenge is a seed fund grant that awards up to $20,000 to startup companies owned by University of Tennessee students. Any legally formed company owned by a UT Knoxville or UT Institute of Agriculture undergraduate, master’s or Ph.D. student is eligible to apply. To date, this fund has awarded $242,000 to 29 startups. For more information on submission requirements, visit https://tiny.utk.edu/BoydFall16.
If you have any questions, contact Carrie McCamey via email or phone @ 865-974-5126.