OSU student back in Columbus to recruit applicants for $5M business plan competition

Story excerpt provided by Columbus Business First.

Written by Carrie Ghose.

The Ohio State University student who won $250,000 for his biotech startup and a year in the 43North incubator is back in Columbus to help recruit applicants for the next round of the $5 million business plan competition in Buffalo, New York.

It’s not a play to lure more Columbus startups northward – but to tighten the networking and cross-pollination among startup communities throughout the Great Lakes, Peeyush Shrivastava told me. That would lead to more identification of promising startups, investments and connections with mentors and resources.

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Originally published April 13, 2015.

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