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$50,000 Cash in Prizes. uOttawa Business Plan Competition. Deadline in 2 days.

If you’re a University of Ottawa student, you’ve got 2 days to submit your intention to participate (should take you about 10 minutes) to the uOttawa EIEF business plan competition. There is $50k in cash to be won, great mentorship to be received and more!

Visit the EIEF Page for More Information.

When you’re ready, submit your intention to participate here.

Here is some more info below:

Prizes in Entrepreneurship and Innovation (PEI) Student Competitions

The Faculty of Engineering has established two annual competitions in entrepreneurship and innovation for undergraduate and graduate students respectively. Taking an innovative product, technology, or service that has been technically and scientifically validated within the scope of courses or research work as the basis, participating students are required to develop business plans for the possible commercialization of that innovation. These business plans must integrate commercialization, product development, marketing, and entrepreneurship components.

Competition for Prizes in Entrepreneurship and Innovation (PEI) 2010-11

Entry submission period:
From October 14 to November 27, 2010
Register by creating an account. You can then complete the application at http://eief.myreviewroom.com.

Workshop: January 2011 (date to be confirmed)

Business case preparation: November 28, 2010 to March 4, 2011

15 minute oral presentations: Week of March 14, 2011 (date to be confirmed)

By Aydin Mirzaee

Biotech Entrepreneurship: How to Succeed Faster

Paul Lem - Entrepreneur

Good friend and fellow entrepreneur, Paul Lem, is always doing things “faster” and “better.” If you don’t know Dr. Lem, he is CEO & Founder of Spartan Bioscience, a local startup that has produced the World’s First Personal DNA Analyzer. Impressive? yes. Well, Paul, will be speaking at the University of Ottawa on Nov. 18th about “how to succeed faster.” If you’re interested in attending this breakfast, check out the link from uOttawa here: Biotech Entrepreneurship: How to Succeed Faster.

If you can’t make the event, fear not, Paul also has a new book called “Master Life Faster” that he has been working on for the past 5 years. I’ve begun reading the book and it is definitely a valuable read. You can read samples from the book for free on the website.

By Aydin Mirzaee