Mid-Hudson Regional Business Plan Competition

Marist College 2019 State Winners!
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Marist College 2019 State Winners!

Congratulations to team members Victor Adaun, Divine Moses, Blessing Afisi-Daniels, Ruby Njonde, and Dumebi Akukwe for their 2nd place, $2,500 win in the Energy and the Environment track Just Plastic”.

Dana Jones, David Cantu, Jennifer Gunther, Madison McKenney and Travis Biro of team “Piv-It” for their award and $500 win for the Med-Tech and Well Being track.

 

Congratulations to our 2019 Winning Teams

This year, 103 students in 39 teams from seven colleges (Marist College, SUNY Dutchess, SUNY New Paltz, SUNY Ulster, The Culinary Institute of America, United States Military Academy, West Point, Vassar College) will compete in six tracks, including:

  • Consumer Products & Services
  • Technology & Entertainment
  • Agricultural Technology & Food
  • MedTech & Well-Being
  • Energy & Environment
  • Military & First Responders

With support from Marist College and area sponsors, cash prizes will be awarded to the first- and second-place teams in each category.

List of the winning teams

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This year, 103 students in 39 teams from seven colleges (Marist College, SUNY Dutchess, SUNY New Paltz, SUNY Ulster, The Culinary Institute of America, United States Military Academy, West Point, Vassar College) will compete in six tracks, including:

  • Consumer Products & Services
  • Technology & Entertainment
  • Agricultural Technology & Food
  • MedTech & Well-Being
  • Energy & Environment
  • Military & First Responders

With support from Marist College and area sponsors, cash prizes will be awarded to the first- and second-place teams in each category.

MHRBPC Information

Find out more about the Mid-Hudson Regional Business Competition set for April 12, 2019.

MHRBPC Information:

Fifty teams from eight schools competed for cash prizes and the opportunity to compete at the 2018 NYS competition in Albany
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Mid-Hudson Regional Business Plan Competition

The Mid-Hudson Regional Business plan competition has evolved each year with more representation from schools across the seven counties and over the years, the students have "Perfected their Pitch" showing passion, sophistication with thoroughly researched presentations leading to successful ideas.