Annual EdTech business plan competition
Applications Open 9 September
2019 Business Plan Competition
EduGrowth’s annual LaunchPad Business Start business plan competition is designed to drive innovation within the Education Technology and Innovation sector.
Applicants are asked to submit ‘Business Plans’ which need:
- to be innovative;
- to address the education sector;
- to clearly articulate the impact;
- to demonstrate the effectiveness of the business idea; and
- to prove a clear understanding of the market.
Applications open on 9-Sept
Business plan applications will be accepted via the website
Applications close on 14-Oct
Submissions will be reviewed by a panel and assessed against specific criteria
Five finalists will be announced
Judges interview finalists
Five finalists will present their pitch at the Live Finals Night at LaTrobe University 360 Collins Street Melbourne in person or via video conference
Winners announced live at the event
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