Business Plan Competition


The Morehouse College Entrepreneurship center sponsors a business plan competition for college students, which is held during our annual Entrepreneurship conference.





How to Enter Your Submission
Into this Year’s Business Plan Competition

Deadline is Friday, December 14th, 2012 at 11:59pm EST
(but you must email your intent to submit to gmadison@mcecenter.com by November 15, 2012)


Click Here To Enter Your Submission




2012 Business Plan Competition Winners

   Word Wise | An application that helps high school students preparing to take the SAT solve the problem of vocabulary retention. Morehouse College
   TwitChat | An application that allows Twitter users to send and receive private, instant messages and media without having to exchange information such as phone numbers or email addresses. Georgia Institute of Technology
   Scout Watch | An application that connects high school student athletes nationwide with scouts and recruiters from collegiate athletic programs. Georgia State University


2011 Business Plan Competition Winners

   Feedback App | An application to collect feedback from various consumer experiences to generate suggestions that improve future service. MorehouseCollege
   Natural Hair App | An application that provides information on all aspects of natural haircare. Designed to educate women contemplating going natural and those that are already natural. Howard University
   Shopping App | An application for locating specific products when shopping. It really helps consumers visiting a store for the first time and offers unique benefits for both the consumer and store owner. Mount Saint Mary College


2010 Business Plan Competition Winners

   First Place $10,000 - Housing Innovations is a start-up real estate investment firm that is being formed to meet the growing need for affordable housing in the New Orleans area in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. Southern University at New Orleans
   Second Place $6,000 - The Bison Surplus specializes in grocery delivery by providing a convenient affordable delivery service to residents in "housing centers" such as condominiums, apartment complexes, and college dormitories. Howard University
   Third Place $4,000 - Fight for Light is a non-profit organization, working to promote and deploy LED lighting as a solution to the ecological downsides of incandescent and compact fluorescent lighting. Morehouse College

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