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The University of Dayton Business Plan Competition enters its 10th year with judges set to hear 50 ideas for startups and launch an Entrepreneurship in China contest.
The competition — one of the largest at the collegiate level with more than $90,000 in cash awards and $100,000 in other prizes — begins Oct. 24 with the elevator pitch round.
Participants will have just 60 seconds to share their business idea, similar to pitches seen on the popular television show Shark Tank. The round begins at 10 a.m. in 119 Miriam Hall, with $10,000 to be awarded. The public is welcome.
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Originally published October 12, 2015.