November 30th marked the Fall 2018 H.J. Russell Center for Entrepreneurship (HJRCE) Business Model Competition! The evening was packed with pitches from our ENI 3101 student entrepreneurs. Four teams pitched in the digital displays portion of the competition while five teams competed for the grand prize of $1,500 on the main stage.
My business plan was all about creating programs about water safety, first aid, and CPR in minority communities. Unlike most outreach programs, I am first focusing on adults. It would be a short summer course that teaches adults how to swim and perform potentially life saving acts of first aid.
Christian Park is a Managerial Science major and graduating senior here at Georgia State University. Born and raised in Atlanta, Park is the founder of Third World Street, a streetwear page on Instagram that helps both brands and models increase their engagement.
Andrew Young School of Policy Studies and the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Institute collaborated to host the Social Enterprise Concept Competition at LaunchGSU. Students from Dr. Nelson Pizarro’s Scientific Perspectives on Global Problems course “Social Innovation and Enterprise for Global Problems” participated in the competition, pitching innovative ideas with a social component.