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The Leatherby Center Hosts the Keith A. Pham Business Model Competition Chapman student and alumni startups get a boost with prize money, real-world experience and the opportunity to pitch to local investor groups

January 6, 2016 by | Leatherby Center

The Leatherby Center for Entrepreneurship and Business Ethics hosted the Keith A. Pham Business Model Competition on December 4, in which teams consisting of Chapman students and alumni competed for prize money and an opportunity to pitch to Angel investor groups. At the competition, the 10 finalists pitched their business models to a panel of

University of Houston takes first place for medical software firm in the California Dreamin’ Investor and Fast Pitch Business Plan Competition

May 7, 2013 by | Leatherby Center

ORANGE, CA – The California Dreamin competition, now in its second year at Chapman University, brought together students from top university entrepreneur programs around the country to prove that they have the best business plan. The event, by invitation only, took place April 26 and 27 and featured 25 schools competing for $230,000 in prize

Brigham Young University Wins California Dreamin’ Business Plan Competition

May 11, 2012 by | Argyros School News

Brigham Young University has won the 2012 California Dreamin’ Business Plan Competition.  Hosted by Chapman University in Orange County on Saturday, April 28th, 17 universities sent their best entrepreneurs to compete in the inaugural California Dreamin’ business plan competition. With ideas ranging from an inexpensive unmanned aerial vehicle to a PDF scrapping service for collision

SweetTreats Wins Chapman Business Plan Competition 2012

May 8, 2012 by | Leatherby Center

Chapman University hosted their annual Business plan competition on Friday, April 20th.  5 teams out of the 27 entered made the final round of the competition.  SweetTreats took home the 1st prize and $5,000 in startup funding.  Badoonga took home the 2nd prize as well as some seed funding.  With its first place finish, SweetTreats was