Anyone within the community interested in entrepreneurship and startup companies is welcome to judge the first round. The traditional business category is for teams that fall into other, more conventional industries, such as retail, manufacturing, service centers, and nonprofits.
Whitworth teams have a history of success in this competition. The technology category is for business pitches relating to new or emerging technologies.
No teams will be eliminated in the second and third rounds, but teams will be ranked from one through eight in each category, Voorhees says. Voorhees says pitch videos will be played on a continuous reel during that night, like a movie. Now, Blender has 11 employees and occupies 1, square feet at S.
Their pitch video explains what their business plan is about: Eleven Whitworth teams remain in the running. The Photoboxx device is in a handful of different countries, he says.
Lucas Beechinor, public information officer, Whitworth University, or lbeechinor whitworth. In the afternoon, an award ceremony will take place. The third round of judging will take place on April 17, she says.
Teams will present mock investor pitches to a panel of judges, which can include actual investors. Judges on Pitch Premier Night are different than those evaluating submissions in second and third round.
Hosted by Whitworth University for the past decade, NEC involves college and high school students and community members who work together to pitch business ideas to panels of judges.
Teams will pitch their businesses and then unwind in the student lounge while judges deliberate, she says. Photoboxx is a device that monitors hashtags on social media and instantly prints out photos uploaded with that hashtag.
Most contestants are between 18 and 23, with graduate students, high school students, and community participants normally being younger or older than that, she says. According to White, the competition allows students to generate ideas, think them through, and develop them into a reality.
Teams will compete for cash prizes within three categories: Voorhees says the initial submission requirements consist of executive business summaries and video footage of teams pitching their businesses, both due this year on Feb.
Volunteer judges will review team submissions, narrowing down the applicant pool to 24 finalists, eight in the three categories, she says. The competition involves three rounds of judging. Other universities involved tend to donate money to NEC as well, says Voorhees.InPhotoboxx placed first in the open business category.
Photoboxx is a device that monitors hashtags on social media and instantly prints out photos uploaded with that hashtag. At the time of the competition, then known as the Inland Northwest Business Plan Competition, Photoboxx was more of an idea than a company, says Michael Fisk.
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