Results of Rice Business Plan Competition

Results of Rice Business Plan Competition

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Innovation Challenge Description
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Innovation Challenge Description

Rice University announced prizes worth more than $1.3 Million at the 2020 Rice Business Plan Competition. The competition was judged by over 150 expert judges and prizes were announced on the basis of months of preparations to prepare 10 minute pitches.

The first prize worth $350,000 was taken home by a startup from Georgia State University called Aurign. The Goose Capital investment Prize winner, Aurign uses data analytics and blockchain technology to automate music publishing agreements for music artists to secure their royalty payments.

The second place was secured by nanopathdx from Dartmouth College which took home a prize worth $100,000. Following the line in third position with the award of $50,000 was a startup from Harvard University called Fractal. In fourth and fifth position with prizes worth $5,000 was RefresherBoxx (from RWTH Aachen University) and Beltech (from University of Chicago) respectively.

Rice Business Plan Competition is one of the richest and largest competitions focused on upliftment of student-led startups. The competition is conducted annually and for the first time was conducted virtually with prizes over $1.3 million.

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Innovation Challenge Description

Rice University announced prizes worth more than $1.3 Million at the 2020 Rice Business Plan Competition. The competition was judged by over 150 expert judges and prizes were announced on the basis of months of preparations to prepare 10 minute pitches.

The first prize worth $350,000 was taken home by a startup from Georgia State University called Aurign. The Goose Capital investment Prize winner, Aurign uses data analytics and blockchain technology to automate music publishing agreements for music artists to secure their royalty payments.

The second place was secured by nanopathdx from Dartmouth College which took home a prize worth $100,000. Following the line in third position with the award of $50,000 was a startup from Harvard University called Fractal. In fourth and fifth position with prizes worth $5,000 was RefresherBoxx (from RWTH Aachen University) and Beltech (from University of Chicago) respectively.

Rice Business Plan Competition is one of the richest and largest competitions focused on upliftment of student-led startups. The competition is conducted annually and for the first time was conducted virtually with prizes over $1.3 million.

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Innovation Challenge Description

Rice University announced prizes worth more than $1.3 Million at the 2020 Rice Business Plan Competition. The competition was judged by over 150 expert judges and prizes were announced on the basis of months of preparations to prepare 10 minute pitches.

The first prize worth $350,000 was taken home by a startup from Georgia State University called Aurign. The Goose Capital investment Prize winner, Aurign uses data analytics and blockchain technology to automate music publishing agreements for music artists to secure their royalty payments.

The second place was secured by nanopathdx from Dartmouth College which took home a prize worth $100,000. Following the line in third position with the award of $50,000 was a startup from Harvard University called Fractal. In fourth and fifth position with prizes worth $5,000 was RefresherBoxx (from RWTH Aachen University) and Beltech (from University of Chicago) respectively.

Rice Business Plan Competition is one of the richest and largest competitions focused on upliftment of student-led startups. The competition is conducted annually and for the first time was conducted virtually with prizes over $1.3 million.

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Results: GTEN Startup Challenge - Winners
About GTEN (Global Tamil Entrepreneurs Network)

Mission Statement:

The fundamental objective of the GTEN conference is to provide a platform that can cultivate influential Tamil leaders across various business and professional landscapes: including Agro-Tech, Fintech, AI, Design, IT, Engineering, Medicine, Government, and Creative Entrepreneurship. We aim to engage Tamil business professionals on a global scale, provide them with opportunities to learn from others, impart their own wisdom, and build meaningful professional and personal relationships.

Vision Statement:

There is great potential to project Tamil business leaders into the future through global exposure. Cross-Cultural and intergenerational dialogue will promote diversity of thought and the ability to adapt in a dynamic, international business environment. We see Tamil entrepreneurs and leaders holding a significant and influential presence across various industries when the global Tamil community collectively supports one another.

Innovation Challenge Description

Rice University announced prizes worth more than $1.3 Million at the 2020 Rice Business Plan Competition. The competition was judged by over 150 expert judges and prizes were announced on the basis of months of preparations to prepare 10 minute pitches.

The first prize worth $350,000 was taken home by a startup from Georgia State University called Aurign. The Goose Capital investment Prize winner, Aurign uses data analytics and blockchain technology to automate music publishing agreements for music artists to secure their royalty payments.

The second place was secured by nanopathdx from Dartmouth College which took home a prize worth $100,000. Following the line in third position with the award of $50,000 was a startup from Harvard University called Fractal. In fourth and fifth position with prizes worth $5,000 was RefresherBoxx (from RWTH Aachen University) and Beltech (from University of Chicago) respectively.

Rice Business Plan Competition is one of the richest and largest competitions focused on upliftment of student-led startups. The competition is conducted annually and for the first time was conducted virtually with prizes over $1.3 million.

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Location of Global Tamil Entrepreneurs Conference

Renaissance Convention Center

1551 N Thoreau Dr, Schaumburg, IL 60173

Innovation Challenge Description

Rice University announced prizes worth more than $1.3 Million at the 2020 Rice Business Plan Competition. The competition was judged by over 150 expert judges and prizes were announced on the basis of months of preparations to prepare 10 minute pitches.

The first prize worth $350,000 was taken home by a startup from Georgia State University called Aurign. The Goose Capital investment Prize winner, Aurign uses data analytics and blockchain technology to automate music publishing agreements for music artists to secure their royalty payments.

The second place was secured by nanopathdx from Dartmouth College which took home a prize worth $100,000. Following the line in third position with the award of $50,000 was a startup from Harvard University called Fractal. In fourth and fifth position with prizes worth $5,000 was RefresherBoxx (from RWTH Aachen University) and Beltech (from University of Chicago) respectively.

Rice Business Plan Competition is one of the richest and largest competitions focused on upliftment of student-led startups. The competition is conducted annually and for the first time was conducted virtually with prizes over $1.3 million.

Innovation Challenge Description

Rice University announced prizes worth more than $1.3 Million at the 2020 Rice Business Plan Competition. The competition was judged by over 150 expert judges and prizes were announced on the basis of months of preparations to prepare 10 minute pitches.

The first prize worth $350,000 was taken home by a startup from Georgia State University called Aurign. The Goose Capital investment Prize winner, Aurign uses data analytics and blockchain technology to automate music publishing agreements for music artists to secure their royalty payments.

The second place was secured by nanopathdx from Dartmouth College which took home a prize worth $100,000. Following the line in third position with the award of $50,000 was a startup from Harvard University called Fractal. In fourth and fifth position with prizes worth $5,000 was RefresherBoxx (from RWTH Aachen University) and Beltech (from University of Chicago) respectively.

Rice Business Plan Competition is one of the richest and largest competitions focused on upliftment of student-led startups. The competition is conducted annually and for the first time was conducted virtually with prizes over $1.3 million.

Innovation Challenge Description

Rice University announced prizes worth more than $1.3 Million at the 2020 Rice Business Plan Competition. The competition was judged by over 150 expert judges and prizes were announced on the basis of months of preparations to prepare 10 minute pitches.

The first prize worth $350,000 was taken home by a startup from Georgia State University called Aurign. The Goose Capital investment Prize winner, Aurign uses data analytics and blockchain technology to automate music publishing agreements for music artists to secure their royalty payments.

The second place was secured by nanopathdx from Dartmouth College which took home a prize worth $100,000. Following the line in third position with the award of $50,000 was a startup from Harvard University called Fractal. In fourth and fifth position with prizes worth $5,000 was RefresherBoxx (from RWTH Aachen University) and Beltech (from University of Chicago) respectively.

Rice Business Plan Competition is one of the richest and largest competitions focused on upliftment of student-led startups. The competition is conducted annually and for the first time was conducted virtually with prizes over $1.3 million.

Innovation Challenge Description

Rice University announced prizes worth more than $1.3 Million at the 2020 Rice Business Plan Competition. The competition was judged by over 150 expert judges and prizes were announced on the basis of months of preparations to prepare 10 minute pitches.

The first prize worth $350,000 was taken home by a startup from Georgia State University called Aurign. The Goose Capital investment Prize winner, Aurign uses data analytics and blockchain technology to automate music publishing agreements for music artists to secure their royalty payments.

The second place was secured by nanopathdx from Dartmouth College which took home a prize worth $100,000. Following the line in third position with the award of $50,000 was a startup from Harvard University called Fractal. In fourth and fifth position with prizes worth $5,000 was RefresherBoxx (from RWTH Aachen University) and Beltech (from University of Chicago) respectively.

Rice Business Plan Competition is one of the richest and largest competitions focused on upliftment of student-led startups. The competition is conducted annually and for the first time was conducted virtually with prizes over $1.3 million.

Innovation Challenge Description

Rice University announced prizes worth more than $1.3 Million at the 2020 Rice Business Plan Competition. The competition was judged by over 150 expert judges and prizes were announced on the basis of months of preparations to prepare 10 minute pitches.

The first prize worth $350,000 was taken home by a startup from Georgia State University called Aurign. The Goose Capital investment Prize winner, Aurign uses data analytics and blockchain technology to automate music publishing agreements for music artists to secure their royalty payments.

The second place was secured by nanopathdx from Dartmouth College which took home a prize worth $100,000. Following the line in third position with the award of $50,000 was a startup from Harvard University called Fractal. In fourth and fifth position with prizes worth $5,000 was RefresherBoxx (from RWTH Aachen University) and Beltech (from University of Chicago) respectively.

Rice Business Plan Competition is one of the richest and largest competitions focused on upliftment of student-led startups. The competition is conducted annually and for the first time was conducted virtually with prizes over $1.3 million.

Innovation Challenge Description

Rice University announced prizes worth more than $1.3 Million at the 2020 Rice Business Plan Competition. The competition was judged by over 150 expert judges and prizes were announced on the basis of months of preparations to prepare 10 minute pitches.

The first prize worth $350,000 was taken home by a startup from Georgia State University called Aurign. The Goose Capital investment Prize winner, Aurign uses data analytics and blockchain technology to automate music publishing agreements for music artists to secure their royalty payments.

The second place was secured by nanopathdx from Dartmouth College which took home a prize worth $100,000. Following the line in third position with the award of $50,000 was a startup from Harvard University called Fractal. In fourth and fifth position with prizes worth $5,000 was RefresherBoxx (from RWTH Aachen University) and Beltech (from University of Chicago) respectively.

Rice Business Plan Competition is one of the richest and largest competitions focused on upliftment of student-led startups. The competition is conducted annually and for the first time was conducted virtually with prizes over $1.3 million.

Innovation Challenge Description

Rice University announced prizes worth more than $1.3 Million at the 2020 Rice Business Plan Competition. The competition was judged by over 150 expert judges and prizes were announced on the basis of months of preparations to prepare 10 minute pitches.

The first prize worth $350,000 was taken home by a startup from Georgia State University called Aurign. The Goose Capital investment Prize winner, Aurign uses data analytics and blockchain technology to automate music publishing agreements for music artists to secure their royalty payments.

The second place was secured by nanopathdx from Dartmouth College which took home a prize worth $100,000. Following the line in third position with the award of $50,000 was a startup from Harvard University called Fractal. In fourth and fifth position with prizes worth $5,000 was RefresherBoxx (from RWTH Aachen University) and Beltech (from University of Chicago) respectively.

Rice Business Plan Competition is one of the richest and largest competitions focused on upliftment of student-led startups. The competition is conducted annually and for the first time was conducted virtually with prizes over $1.3 million.

Innovation Challenge Description

Rice University announced prizes worth more than $1.3 Million at the 2020 Rice Business Plan Competition. The competition was judged by over 150 expert judges and prizes were announced on the basis of months of preparations to prepare 10 minute pitches.

The first prize worth $350,000 was taken home by a startup from Georgia State University called Aurign. The Goose Capital investment Prize winner, Aurign uses data analytics and blockchain technology to automate music publishing agreements for music artists to secure their royalty payments.

The second place was secured by nanopathdx from Dartmouth College which took home a prize worth $100,000. Following the line in third position with the award of $50,000 was a startup from Harvard University called Fractal. In fourth and fifth position with prizes worth $5,000 was RefresherBoxx (from RWTH Aachen University) and Beltech (from University of Chicago) respectively.

Rice Business Plan Competition is one of the richest and largest competitions focused on upliftment of student-led startups. The competition is conducted annually and for the first time was conducted virtually with prizes over $1.3 million.

Innovation Challenge Description

Rice University announced prizes worth more than $1.3 Million at the 2020 Rice Business Plan Competition. The competition was judged by over 150 expert judges and prizes were announced on the basis of months of preparations to prepare 10 minute pitches.

The first prize worth $350,000 was taken home by a startup from Georgia State University called Aurign. The Goose Capital investment Prize winner, Aurign uses data analytics and blockchain technology to automate music publishing agreements for music artists to secure their royalty payments.

The second place was secured by nanopathdx from Dartmouth College which took home a prize worth $100,000. Following the line in third position with the award of $50,000 was a startup from Harvard University called Fractal. In fourth and fifth position with prizes worth $5,000 was RefresherBoxx (from RWTH Aachen University) and Beltech (from University of Chicago) respectively.

Rice Business Plan Competition is one of the richest and largest competitions focused on upliftment of student-led startups. The competition is conducted annually and for the first time was conducted virtually with prizes over $1.3 million.

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