Find the contest rules and everything you need to get started on your entry for the Miami Herald’s 17th annual entrepreneurship contest — the deadline is March 16. But first let’s look back on last year’s winners.
A panel of investors and serial entrepreneurs shared advice on business planning and capital raising and answered questions from first-time as well as seasoned entrepreneurs at the Miami Herald’s Business Plan Bootcamp last week.
Winners in the Miami Herald Business Plan Challenge High School Track started with their own experiences to develop their concepts, but thoroughly researched their market. In the end, they convinced the judges their ideas were feasible and could fill a real need in society.
Have you hatched a great idea for a business? If your business is less than 2 years old or is in the planning stages, enter our 17th annual Miami Herald Business Plan Challenge, co-sponsored by Florida International University’s Eugenio Pino & Family Global Entrepreneurship Center.