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The Auburn University Halloween Pitch Competition provides an opportunity for Auburn and Auburn University-Montgomery students to pitch their idea for a new business venture to a panel of judges and compete for a portion of $4,000 in early-stage seed capital provided by the Harbert College of Business as well as a $1,000 special category award from the Auburn University Thomas Walter Center. A panel of judges will select the top 20 business ideas and those teams will advance to the October 28th pitch round.
The Harbert College recognizes the hard work that goes into entering a pitch competition. Check out our previous winners and their ideas.
In first place was OMNIS, a crowdsourced social platform where individuals borrow money through community and peer-to-peer short-term, microloans and where others can borrow money to meet their immediate needs. – Zakariya Veasy, Engineering
In second place: Rodopto, Scott Rowe; third place: Stretch & Go, Josh Green and Tristin Pettus; fourth place: BAE, William Murphy and Avery Arasin; Special Category award: AbGlo, Marianne Madsen, Holli Michaels, and Courtney Montague.
Halloween Pitch Competition
In first place was Move Day, an on demand moving app which instantly connects college students with movers each moving season - Brooks Fuller, Finance.
In second place: Math+ - Wesley Lowman; Third place: Zenceipts – Will Murphy; Tied for Fourth place: Feature Finder – Zane Barbao and RNA Natural – Ivan Prusov and Christopher Howell.
In first place was Vulcan Line Tools, a company which specializes in the production of devices for use in the electric utility industry, founded by Zac Young. Second place was awarded to Honeybees Teepees, founded by Amanda Bell. In third was FeedMe, a company that works to provide healthy pre-prepared meals to the citizens of Auburn, founded by Hunter Hinote.
In first place was Remora Robotics, a drone that cleans waterways, designed by Zach Wadzinski, Gi Lee, Harrison Smith and Dakota Newsome. Second place was awarded to Connect-a-Move, an online marketplace for moving, founded by James Jackson. In third was Showcase, a digitally-enhanced Bluetooth phone case that allows users to customize their cases via app software, founded by Hipolita Davila and Lucy Mosteller.
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