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Meet the Winners April 16, The Panasci Business Plan Competition is a campus-wide student business plan event designed to cultivate the entrepreneurial spirit of our students as they create growth-oriented business models at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. For many participants this is their first real opportunity to pitch their ideas, and for those with more developed businesses, it is an opportunity to further refine their product and get feedback from successful business professionals.
Kayla Simon and Elizabeth Tarangelo pictured above About: The company In-Spire intends to be the first company to produce an asthma inhaler bracelet.
Their goal is to make medications more accessible, stylish and easier to take on-the-go. WAYV addresses a void in the current brand marketing paradigm by facilitating an experiential connection between brands and college students through a unique pop-up shop experience.
Thuy Nguyen and Giorgio Parlato About: Miruku has developed a unique.
Gmail is email that's intuitive, efficient, and useful. 15 GB of storage, less spam, and mobile access. The Panasci Business Plan Competition is a campus-wide student business plan competition, hosted by the Falcone Center for Entrepreneurship, and made possible by long-time Whitman supporter, the late Henry A. Panasci, founder of Fay's Drugs. Hot off its win of the Henry A. Panasci Jr. Technology Entrepreneurship Competition (Panasci TEC), a team of electrical engineering and MBA students took first place on April 27 in the New York Business Plan Competition for its technology that integrates digital sound effects directly into guitars.
It is a beverage made with sustainable ingredients and along with its refreshing taste, has more protein than other non-dairy milk types. This award is given to a team with a current Syracuse University student who has started their own business and has customers using their product or service.
Miruku About the Award: This award is given to the most sustainable business idea in the competition. A top team who is a Whitman student or has a Whitman student on the team.
Taste Buddy About the Award: This award is given to a team with a member that is a current student from the Whitman School of Management who best embraces the spirit of social entrepreneurship, with a focus on helping others and providing social good.
Taste Buddy is a natural supplement consisting of nasal spray and strips.
It utilizes OTF technology, which allows for direct contact with the nose and tongue, promoting faster absorption of nutrients.
Burman Award for Entrepreneurial Leader Congratulations to all the winning teams and thanks to the judges and mentors that made this event possible.Golden Gear, created by Daniel Goldberg, is a previous winner of the Panasci Business Plan Competition.
To participate, intent to compete and entrant certification forms are both due by Jan. Printed copies of the forms are available at the Falcone Center, Suite in the Whitman School. From breaking news and entertainment to sports and politics, get the full story with all the live commentary.
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The Panasci Business Plan Competition is a campus-wide student business plan event designed to cultivate the entrepreneurial spirit of our students as they create growth-oriented business models at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. The Falcone Center for Entrepreneurship and the Department of Entrepreneurship and Emerging Enterprises (EEE) in the Martin J.
Whitman School of Management at Syracuse University call for submissions for the Panasci Business Plan Competition. The competition accepts business plan ideas from graduate and undergraduate students .