Project Planet Young Entreprenuer competition opens
Friday, October 27, 2023
Speedemissions, Inc. is now accepting contributions for its $100,000 "Project Planet Young Entrepreneur" competition where they are awarding a cash and services grant to the contributor chosen as the best innovative solution to guard our planet from climate disaster.
Speedemissions, Inc. retail brand emissions testing and safety inspections company, operating nineteen stores in the Atlanta and St. Louis markets, has announced that it is now accepting formal written contributions to its Project Planet Young Entrepreneur competition.
Speedemissions, Inc. is now accepting contributions from Pace University students, alumni, and faculty for its $100,000 "Project Planet Young Entrepreneur" competition
Project Planet Young Entrepreneur is a collaboration between Speedemissions and the Pace University Lubin School of Business that will award a $100,000 grant, consisting of $15,000 cash plus in-kind professional services of mentoring, public relations, and network connections to the qualifying Pace University innovator who has developed a novel tech solution designed to guard the planet against a climate disaster and to help restore the well-being of our precious earth. The competition is open to Pace alumni, undergraduate students, graduate students, faculty, and the wider Pace community.
Concepts, innovative ideas, or solutions can be submitted by visiting ProjectPlanetUSA.com and are due by 9:00 PM ET on Tuesday, December 19, 2023. All entries will retain product, concept, and idea rights.
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