Business Pitch 2016

 
 
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The 35th annual Business Pitch Competition awarded "Pay n Park" the grand prize of $3,000 for their for-profit startup, which involves working toward food security for the future.

Behind the ambitious plan of Pay n Park are two passionate founders, Yash Patel (’17) and Arjun Paunrana, who are interested in developing a web application helping drivers find parking spots. They hope to solve a parking crisis in major Indian cities by helping drivers find available parking spots and property owners rent their parking spaces out for extra cash. 

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Winners

 

 

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First Place

Developing a web application helping drivers find parking spots. They hope to solve a parking crisis in major Indian cities by helping drivers find available parking spots and property owners rent their parking spaces out for extra cash. 

 

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Second Place

Created a patent-pending disposable chopstick made entirely from sustainable bamboo with a holder attached to keep the tips from touching the table.

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Third Place

Drew’s List a mobile app to help students buy, sell, and trade their textbooks.