Do you have a great idea for a technology that will change the face of the cleantech sector? Do you want to compete for a DOE-sponsored $100,000 regional prize? Well you have an opportunity to pitch that idea and take home the prize at the University of Colorado Boulder's (CU) Cleantech New Venture Challenge.
So what do you need to do to pitch your idea? To be considered as an applicant, CU Cleantech requires a two page executive summary of your business plan and a five minute video explaining your technology. Teams can sign up and learn more about the competition by visiting their website at http://nvc.cucleantech.org. The CU Cleantech Competition gives students an entrepreneurial experience that can not only change lives, but also maybe even change the world.
The CU Cleantech New Venture Challenge is one oru the regional competitions in the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Clean Energy Business Plan Competition. The competition is hosted by CU Cleantech, which is housed within the Deming Center for Entrepreneurship at the Leeds School of Business at the University of Colorado – Boulder. Winners from each of the regions, including the CU Cleantech New Venture Challenge, will travel to Washington, DC in June to compete for a National Grand Prize of $100,000, among other prizes.
The deadline is midnight MST
on Monday March 4th