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HKUST 2010 MBA Business Plan Competition
 

When: May 20, 2010
Open to: All Undergraduate and Graduate Students of HKUST
 

"Total Awards for the 2010 Competition will be approximately HK$100,000; however, the real prize is the chance for your students to offer their business proposals before an international panel of investors and executives in the financial hub of Asia."

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The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology Business School is pleased to invite graduate students to submit proposals to compete in our fifth annual HKUST Business School Business Plan Competition. 

The upcoming 2010 HKUST Business Plan Competition will be held May 20, 2010.  Students are invited to submit business plan proposals for consideration of participation. 

Total Awards for the 2010 Competition will be approximately HK$100,000; however, the real prize is the chance for students to offer their business proposals before an international panel of investors and executives in the financial hub of Asia.  The HKUST Competition provides a unique entrepreneurial opportunity, the opportunity for new ventures to present to active investors operating in Hong Kong and China.

This year the Business Plan competition is focused on the HKUST community.  The competition is aimed at graduate students but combined teams with both UG and graduate students will be considered.  We invite currently enrolled graduate students to submit a 5 - 7 page executive summary (format described in attachment) of their business plans by email attachment by May 13, 2010 for full consideration.  Submissions should be emailed to the HKUST Contest: hkustbp@ust.hk.  Please indicate "HKUST MBA Business Plan Contestant" in the Subject line.

We ask that each team also submit an 'Intent to compete' note with the preliminary team members, university, and company name and brief description as soon as possible, but no later than May 3.

We look forward to your active participation.

Prof Stephen Nason
Chair, HKUST MBA International Business Plan Competition
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
hkustbp@ust.hk


 

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