Georgia State students flexed their entrepreneurial muscles taking first, second, third and honorable mentions at a recent pitch competition hosted at Clayton State University. Kenneth Wright led the way pitching his product KleanCollar, an innovative fashion accessory designed to keep your collared shirts from getting the dreaded dirt ring. Wright’s pitch earned him a first place finish. Psychology major and entrepreneurship minor Robert Hatcher took home second place pitching SoundCollide, a platform that allows musicians to collaborate together live and remotely. Hospitality graduate student Chris Walker placed third with a pitch for an original idea. ENI student Nepthaly Leonidas rounded out the pack by earning honorable mentions for a pitch of the platform Social Square.