IEC News

Announcing the 2021 Harriet Stephenson Business Plan Competition's Grand Prize Winner!

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.
Jun 7, 2021

Read More about Announcing the 2021 Harriet Stephenson Business Plan Competition's Grand Prize Winner!

Announcing the 2021 Harriet Stephenson Business Plan Competition Finals Judges

One of the IEC's largest programs, the HSBPC provides a platform for all SU students and alumni to pitch their ideas and launch their businesses. We are excited to announce our 2021 Harriet Stephenson Business Plan Competition Finals Judges!
Jun 4, 2021

Read More about Announcing the 2021 Harriet Stephenson Business Plan Competition Finals Judges

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

Read More about Announcing the 2021 HSBPC Final Four & Special Recognition Award Winners

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

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

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

Read More about Announcing the 2021 HSBPC Semi-Finalist Teams!

Contact

Headshot of Peter Rowan

Peter Rowan

Lawrence K. Johnson Endowed Chair of Entrepreneurship

prowan@seattleu.edu

Amelia Marckworth

Amelia Marckworth

marckwor@seattleu.edu