The top three teams will present their business plans to the judges before a live audience on April 5, in Education 212 beginning at 5:00. This event is open to the public. $50,000 in prize money will be awarded.
The Mayo Business Plan Competition is designed to increase student appreciation for the challenge of developing a viable business. Through an iterative process the MBPC recognizes those students best able to articulate a plan that addresses these challenges. In recognition of both the time involved and difficulty of the task, the competition provides a substantial reward for the successful teams.
The School of Business thanks Professor Herbert B. Mayo for establishing a supporting the Mayo Business Plan Competition and Eric Szabo ’97 for his generous support.
Handl is a digital marketplace, accessed through an app that provides Clients with the opportunity to outsource their everyday tasks and errands. Handl offers services at a Client’s convenience, while simultaneously allowing commissioned employees (Handlers) to earn money during their free time.
Carolina Gamarra, marketing, junior; Tyler Gambardella, finance, senior; Patrick Monaghan, interactive multimedia, senior
NeoBook is an application that serves as a platform for college students to connect with one another at their own respective campuses to buy and sell their textbooks and other items.
Spencer Viviano, computer science, sophomore; Neophytos E. Zambas, marketing, junior
Noble Pursuit Consulting Services is a small consulting firm that specializes in educating and assisting mid-sized New Jersey businesses with marketing efforts in Corporate Social Responsibility.
Kristen Borowski, management, senior; Carmella Campisano, accounting, senior; Matthew Newman, interactive multimedia and communication studies, senior; Sarah Wallin, marketing and communication studies, senior