Burton D. Morgan Business Model Competition

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What is new?

This year the Burton D. Morgan Center for Entrepreneurship at Purdue University is organizing a Business Model Competition.

The new competition format will also provide participants with an opportunity to develop and improve transferrable skills that will serve them well within this specific competition, but also be valuable throughout their career journey.  The workshops, seminars and training provided for participants will be delivered by different organizations across Purdue University (Purdue Foundry, Krannert School of Management, Purdue Polytechnic, Communications, etc).  This new element to the Business Model Competition will introduce the students to new frameworks, methodologies and approaches that they can apply in future endeavors.

This year, there will be three team categories

Teams will participate in one of the three following groups/cohorts:

  • Open / Big Idea: Concepts that have a very large potential market (both monetarily & geographically)
  • Social innovation / non-profit: Ideas primarily focusing on addressing socioeconomic needs/challenges – may be within developing countries or underserved populations
  • Small business: Business that will target a smaller geographic region; have a slower, methodical growth rate and be an incremental innovation to existing practice

Registration is now open: Register here

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