Congratulations to all the start up companies who pitched last week at GW’s New Venture Competition!
Nine ventures pitched their innovative ideas at George Washington University’s annual New Venture Competition Thursday, April 18. The Start Ups competed for a share of $200,000 in cash and $600,000 of in-kind prizes, as well as audience choice honors.
Launched in 2009 by the GW Office of Innovation & Entrepreneurship, the pitch competition was created to give GW students, faculty, staff and alumni a real-world, experiential learning opportunity in entrepreneurship, Technical.ly DC previously reported.
Participants competed in three tracks; tech, social and new venture, and had guidance from mentors who helped them craft and pitch their ideas.
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