The senior finance major pitched his company to a panel of five judges. His product helps students prepare for exams more effectively through the use of visual and SMS-based representations of the study material.
Approximately 100 attendees viewed the event which was hosted by the Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, located in the College of Business Administration.
Glenn, along with the three other student entrepreneur groups that made it to the Joust finals, had 15 minutes to present their company to the judges, followed by a 10-minute question and answer session.
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Judges of the event included: Tom Bland, ’75 and ’79; Steven Felkowitz, ’79; Paul Gregg, ’74 and ’76; Ron Pizzuti; Mark Plaumann, ’74 and ’79, and Marilyn Wilson.
The sponsor of the event was Steven Felkowitz, ’79. He is chief executive officer of Atico International and a College of Business Administration Hall of Fame member.
For more information on student competitions or the Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation visit their website.