Business students pitch their ideas at the McEwen Entrepreneurship Fair

McEwen Leadership Program students showcased their entrepreneurial spirit at the Entrepreneurship Fair before the holiday break. They pitched their business venture ideas to students, staff, and a panel of guest judges.

During the entrepreneurship unit of the course, the students developed a complete business plan for their entrepreneurial venture. They used a business plan template, in addition to the resources and lessons provided in class, to create their business plan. The business plans included information regarding the venture’s marketing strategy, financial projections, operating strategy, and resource management. At the Entrepreneurship Fair, the students ‘pitched’ their entrepreneurial idea to the attendees as they circulated to each student display booth. Fair attendees included SAC students, staff, as well as a panel of guest judges. 

Judge’s Choice Awards – Group A

Best Overall Business Plan – Techtr - Alex Sinclair and Brennan Mangat
Best Presentation ‘Pitch’ – Haggle - Malcolm Austgarden, Thomas Buckley, and Mitchell Zack
Best Display Booth – Incognicare - William Deudney, Justin Nguyen, and Gavin Mei
Most Feasible Business Plan – Techtr - Alex Sinclair and Brennan Mangat
Most Creative/Innovative Business Plan – Change Focus - Brian Etherington, Jay Lee, and Hayden Braithwaite

Judge’s Choice Awards – Group B

Best Overall Business Plan – Uni-Link - Marcus Fong, George Kitagawa, and Ethan Kim
Best Presentation ‘Pitch’ – Athlete Alley - Nick Shackell and Carter White
Best Display Booth – Gradashade - Noah Savage and Joey Panovski
Most Feasible Business Plan – Concussion Confirmed - Ryan Torisawa, Jack Rispin, and Mack Keating
Most Creative/Innovative Business Plan – Culture Crate - Max D'Angelo, Giuseppe Zeppieri, and Gaven Toor

People’s Choice Awards

Best Overall Business Plan – Uni- Link - Marcus Fong, George Kitagawa, and Ethan Kim
Best Presentation ‘Pitch’ – Edubox - Victor-Joseph Pettinelli and Ronin Mackie
Best Display Booth – Concussion Confirmed - Ryan Torisawa, Jack Rispin, and Mack Keating
Most Feasible Business Plan – Bulk Box - Gabe Cinq-Mars
Most Creative/Innovative Business Plan – Muscle Munch - Saif Ali Ismail and Brendan Hicks
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