FSA Store Founder and President, Jeremy Miller, was pleased to win second
place at Columbia's Outrageous Business Plan Competition. The A.
Lorne Weil Outrageous Business Plan Competition allows Business School students
to pitch their business ideas. The contestants begin by sharing their elevator
pitches (either by themselves or with their teams), and then judges select five
finalists who then give formal presentations.
According to Columbia, "The Outrageous Business Plan Competition, hosted by the
School's Entrepreneurship Program and the Columbia Entrepreneurs Organization, encourages
Columbia Business School students to explore creative entrepreneurial ideas
beyond the everyday scope of business. Students typically use their prize money
to develop their businesses upon graduation.
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