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The Tiger Cage Business Idea Competition is held annually to identify and support innovative early stage product or services ideas created by Auburn University and Auburn University- Montgomery students.
Four student teams, StalLock (Chase Maasdorp and Wynn Gamble), Dead Bird (Mitch Owens), KultureXchange (MaKayla Smith) and Vulcan Line Tools (Zac Young), will vie for a share of more than $50,000 in startup capital on Friday, March 26, in the Tiger Cage Business Idea Competition Finals. The virtual event, which can be viewed remotely https://auburn.zoom.us/j/5836722392, kicks off at 9 a.m. CDT and is expected to conclude at noon with an awards announcement. Good luck to this year’s finalists!
Student workspace is available in the Horton-Hardgrave Hall Innovation Lab (Room 012) and the Tiger Cage Incubator-Accelerator located in the Auburn Research Park, Suite 103, 570 Devall Drive.
|Submission is closed for this session.|
Along with a great idea, all you need is:
A series of workshops, conducted by Auburn faculty, staff, entrepreneurs-in-residence, and other guest speakers, will be offered to assist students in preparing to compete in the event. Students will also have the ability to schedule individual coaching and mentoring sessions.
Tiger Cage competitions are often broken into several rounds to allow judges plenty of opportunity to award the best ideas. Check out the details below for more information.
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Director of Entrepreneurship Strategy