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Discover annual opportunities to pitch your innovative business ideas and showcase your knowledge and experience. With the chance of cash rewards, you will gain support to help launch your business or service.
Explore your options when it comes to pitching your ideas. Pitch competitions are open all across the United States, and it can be tough to find one that works best with your business plans. The Harbert College of Business recommends for your first competitions to participate in the Halloween and SEC Pitch Competitions.
Check out the events below to see where your business ideas will soar.
Compete against 14 other university teams in the Southeast during the SEC Pitch Competition. Present your innovative business idea for a chance at funding and recognition.SEC Pitch Competition
The Auburn University Halloween Pitch Competition provides an opportunity for you to pitch your idea for a new business venture. Compete against 20 other business ideas for a portion of $2,000 in early-stage seed capital.
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 Vulcan Line Tools, a company which specializes in the production of devices for use in the electric utility industry, founded by Zac Young.
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.