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Are you at the top of your game in the business world, or do you know another Auburn University graduate who is?
Nominate them for one of the awards being presented as part of the 2018 Auburn University Entrepreneurship Summit hosted by the Raymond J. Harbert College of Business. The summit, which will be held April 5-6, features the following recognition opportunities for Auburn graduates from all academic disciplines:
Nominations are due November 1, and may be submitted at: https://tinyurl.com/toptigers2018.
“Auburn University has a strong reputation for producing entrepreneurs and innovators,” Harbert College of Business Dean and Wells Fargo Professor Bill Hardgrave said. “The university’s legacy extends from Main Street to Wall Street, from thriving small businesses and start-ups to the most valuable companies in the world. These awards enable us to recognize and celebrate the individuals and companies who are building on Auburn’s remarkable reputation in the business world.”
The Hall of Fame gala dinner and Top Tigers Awards luncheon cap off a week of activities celebrating Auburn University’s role in developing business leaders and driving innovation. Other Entrepreneurship Summit events include the Junior Tiger Cage business pitch competition for high school students, the Tiger Cage business pitch competition for Auburn University students, and the Launch Innovation Grants Program presentations by Auburn faculty. Auburn University student entrepreneurs will compete for up to $50,000 in funding in Tiger Cage, while faculty members participating in the LAUNCH finals will complete for shares of a $100,000 pool.
The run-up to the 2018 Auburn University Entrepreneurship Summit will also include the first Auburn Regional Alabama Launchpad in October. The Alabama Launchpad regional comes from a partnership between the Economic Development Partnership of Alabama, the City of Auburn, Auburn University’s Harbert College of Business, and the Auburn Research & Technology Foundation.