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Announcing the 2021 HSBPC Final Four & Special Recognition Award Winners

The Virtual Semi-Finals was a success! See who will be advancing to the Finals on June 4th.
May 12, 2021

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Students Generate Solutions for Universal Digital Inclusion at the 2020-21 Albers-SJIM Virtual BPC

Now in its fourth year, the Albers-SJIM Virtual Business Plan Competition gives Seattle University students the opportunity to collaborate with students from St. Joseph’s Institute of Management (SJIM) in Bangalore, India, to create a business solution for a pressing social problem. Teams made of mixed students from Albers and SJIM addressed the issue of universal digital inclusion.
Apr 23, 2021

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Announcing the 2021 HSBPC Semi-Finalist Teams!

The Business Plan Competition was started in 1998 by Dr. Harriet Stephenson, a Seattle University faculty member who began teaching in 1967. It is designed to help students and alumni in launching new business ventures, including for-profit businesses, not-for-profit businesses, corporate entrepreneurship, and social enterprise.
Apr 6, 2021

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SU IEC announces the 2020-21 Albers-SJIM Business Plan Competition Final Round Judges

In the Albers-SJIM Business Plan Competition, students from Seattle University and St. Joseph’s Institute of Management in Bangalore, India come together in collaboration by creating business solutions for a pressing social problem. Teams are intentionally made of students from both schools to consider the causes, effects, and possible solutions to global issues from a larger perspective.
Mar 19, 2021

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SU Student Ideates a Solution that Connects Community Resources to the Needs of Students with Autism at the 2021 Jones Idea Challenge

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Funded by the Herbert B. Jones Foundation, the Jones Idea Challenge program challenges undergraduate entrepreneurial-driven students to solve real company problems. Student teams work with a team business coach and compete for $5,000 in cash prizes. By the end of the program, the Jones Idea Challenge produces innovative student solutions for business problems. Congratulations to Alejandro Ramirez (Team AR) for taking home the grand prize this year for his idea presented to The Madrone School!
Mar 11, 2021

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