The Edward L. Kaplan, '71,
New Venture Challenge is run
by the Polsky Center for
Entrepreneurship and Innovation

DUE 2/1

  • AMOpportunities Takes home top prize at the 2017 New Venture Challenge

    AMOpportunities, a marketplace that enables international medical trainees to attend U.S. clinical rotations, won first place and $100,000 at this year's competition.

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  • Provide wins first at the 2017 Social New Venture Challenge

    A software-based, back-office solution for daycare business owners, allowing them to enroll in government subsidy programs, manage licenses and accreditation, and maximize tax deductions takes home $60,000.

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  • BeeNana wins first place at the 2017 College New Venture Challenge

    BeeNana makes Frönen, a frozen dessert innovation that is tasty, pure, and simple. The team, made up of Jessica Gartenstein, Grant Kushner, and Erik Nadeau, took home $10,000.

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  • TAINA wins first place at the 2017 Global New Venture Challenge

    At the 2017 Global New Venture Challenge Finals, TAINA won first place and received $15,000.

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  • 180+ Companies launched still in business
  • $585+ Million funding raised
  • $5.8+ Billion in mergers and exits