UCL partners with Founder.org to offer $100,000 prize for student entrepreneurs
Publication date: Jan 23, 2014 3:56:04 PM
Start: Feb 11, 2014 6:15:00 PM
Location: Roberts G06 LT
On Tuesday 11th February 18.15 in the Roberts G06 LT UCL Advances, in conjunction with Founder.org - a US entrepreneurial foundation set up by serial entrepreneur Michael Baum - will be launching a global student business competition with a staggering prize fund of $1 million being divided among ten lucky winners.
Ten student businesses from around the globe will receive cash prizes of $100,000 each and whilst the top 50 business ideas will be admitted into the Founder.org University where they will receive expert advice and guidance to help get their business ideas off the ground.
UCL is one of four UK partner schools helping to promote this competition which is open to all UCL students: undergraduate, postgraduate, and doctoral, as well as alumni that have graduated in the last 12 months.
If you'd like to know more about this exciting competition, what's involved and how to enter, please come along to the Roberts G06 LT at at 18.15 on Tuesday 11 February. The event will last for approximately two hours, followed by a reception.
For those interested in attending: if you'd like to make a good impression on Michael Baum, be prepared to stand up and give a one minute 'elevator pitch' about your big idea! No pressure, if you'd rather just come along to find out more, but a good introductory pitch could get you off to a flying start and one step closer to realising your dream of starting a successful business.
If you have any questions, please email our team of Student Business Advisors at firstname.lastname@example.org
See you on 11th February!