SU IEC announces the 13 Semi-Finalist Teams for the 2022 Harriet Stephenson Business Plan Competition. Each of these teams has submitted business plans that stood out, and we cannot wait to see what they will each bring to the Semi-Finals.
Following are the Semi-Finalist teams including their team leads and Seattle University student/alumni team members:
Wilbur Clark, EMBA ‘22
Creating a community-first bagel and coffee shop in Bonney Lake
45th Street Seating
Blake Garfield, LEMBA ‘22
Krystal Garfield, PMBA `22
A modular natural seating line with packaging and design that allows for UPS shipping.
Anna Del Toro, LEMBA ’20
Ellebit is an all-in-one private dinning booking platform for customers and venues to easily manage reservations real-time.
Every Body Clothing Co.
Carson Price, Marketing ’25
Every-Body Clothing Co. is the first ever inclusive clothing line that innovated sizing to fit people of all sizes.
Anthony Ansay, Bridge MBA ‘22
Sanjana Satheesh, Bridge MBA ‘22
Melissa Kallander, Bridge MBA ‘22
Kenny He, Bridge MBA ‘22
Loqui is the social networking app that creates authentic relationships based on shared interests and genuine communications because Loqui builds chemistry beyond the physical attractions.
Inspire Kids Early Learning Center
Ananya Jauhari, MS Finance ‘22
Nasteha Muse, Alumni- MBA
Inspire Kids Early Learning Center aspires to be an inclusive child-centric early learning center.
Jaidev Vella, Business Management ’22
Joseph "JP", Newmann Interdiscipli1nary Studies ’22
Lynk is an online recruitment application focused on serving up-and-coming collegiate talent by connecting them with experiential opportunities in their local communities.
Nôrdik Coffee Roaster
Eric Harcrow, LEMBA ‘22
Nôrdik coffee is a small batch coffee roasting company focused on not only providing customers with high quality and great tasting coffee, but also offering a palatable experience that shares the Scandinavian coffee culture.
Reset Mind and Body
Wendy Hohmann, LEMBA ‘22
Reset Mind and Body is a facility that provides members the opportunity to achieve a practice of improved mental focus and health through breathwork, cold water, compression, sauna and red-light therapy
Chris Dempewolf, LEMBA ‘22
Sanima Milks provides locally produced plant-based milks direct to consumers’ homes.
Kevin Hernon, Bridge MBA ‘22
Alvaro Vazquez, BABA `22
Emma Tamura, Bridge MBA `22
Jessica Berlin, Bridge MBA `22
Ahmed Ugas, Bridge MBA `22
Creating an Esports gaming lounge for students to participate in tournaments and promote Seattle University.
Siddarth Bhagwat, MBA Alumni
Casey Gould, MBA `22
Say Goodbye to to Laundry Day. Spin Doctor picks up, cleans, and delivers your laundry with the press of an button. We pick up your dirty clothes and deliver to you clean, crisp, and ready to wear. Priced by the bag, if it fits in a bag we will clean it.
Afrikaan Sahra, Computer Science ‘22
Tech inequity disproportionately impacts immigrant/refugee communities, making it harder to become productive members of our local economy. tech4REFUGEES will bridge this digital gap by designing websites to help immigrant/refugee business owners to grow their customer base and utilize technology to improve their business.