Queen’s Entrepreneurs’ Competition – Open to Undergraduates Worldwide
Queen’s Entrepreneurs’ Competition: The Queen’s Entrepreneurs’ Competition brings together the brightest young entrepreneurs from across the world to compete for $25,000 in cash prizes.
Competitors also have the chance to network with Canada’s leading business professionals.
The QEC has received business plan submissions from as far as Australia, China, Thailand, Malaysia, Scotland, South Africa , India, Singapore, Portugal, the U.S and the Philippines.
Here are some basic requirements that must be met to be eligible to compete at QEC:
- Competitors must be undergraduate students and can be from any faculty or program.
- Existing proposals are valid and qualify for consideration provided the plan has not qualified as a finalist in a previous QEC competition.
- Each team entered can have a maximum of four students and one faculty advisor.
- Entrants may involve the help of other students to produce parts of the plan. These students do not have to be registered members of the group.
Business plans must be received electronically by November 5.
For more information and application, see: Queen’s Entrepreneurs’ Competition Website