Causeway Pitch Competition 2017
Posted on November 6, 2017 by
Anusha Sai Paila, SoC graduate student, recently won the second place award in the 2017 Causeway Pitch Competition and also second place award for the Social Entrepreneurship for the 2017 Causeway Pitch Competition.
The idea she created for the competition is to create an easy-to-follow application
for those who use Mobile's public transportation system.
The Causeway Pitch is an annual competition hosted by the USA Melton Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation. Students presented an elevator pitch competition with a twist while riding in Mobile's famous Gulf Coast Duck Boats.
For more information visit 2017 Causeway Pitch Competition
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