Syracuse University undergraduate student ventures are invited to compete in this year’s Queen’s Entrepreneurs’ Competition (QEC), offering $80,000 in prizes each year. The New York Times calls it “one of the longest-running and best-known undergraduate business plan competitions in the world.”
The QEC is student-run and judged by executives from companies such as Google, CIBC, and Accenture. Located in the heart of Toronto, Ontario, the competition attracts attendees from some of the largest investment firms and corporations. The competition is open to all undergraduate students with an entrepreneurial business.
Every year, the event receives applications internationally, from undergraduate students at schools such as Harvard, Yale, University of Waterloo, The University of Hong Kong, and The National University of Singapore.Over the past few years, competitors from Syracuse University were particularly impressive in the quality of their pitches, according to Eric Falzone, Competitor Coordinator
The competition runs from January 13-15, 2022, and The QEC hopes to see more competitors from Syracuse University competing on the international stage at the 34rd Queen’s Entrepreneurs’ Competition.
Check out our Competitors’ Package for more information.
Please visit theqec.com for competition details.
Feel free reach out to:
The Queen’s Entrepreneurs’ Competition
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