Join us Friday, March 10 at 12:30 pm in Stamps Auditorium on North Campus for the third round of The Startup.
ALL students, faculty, staff and community are welcome! Not only does it “boost” the teams to get audience support during the competition, but you’ll also get to be a part of the judging. Audience will get to vote in all future rounds to determine who stays, and who goes, as student ventures compete to become Michigan’s next best startup.
NOTE: If you are NOT enrolled in Entrepreneurship Hour (ENTR 407) and are attending as a guest, please use the black stairs located in the Stamps Auditorium Lobby to enter the auditorium via the second level.
Students enrolled in the class must enter through either side door to the auditorium on the main level to capture attendance.
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