Business Symposium, Launch It Focus on Entrepreneurship
Two events, featuring successful alumni and the college’s next entrepreneurial success stories, unfolded on Sept. 30 during the School of Business “Building Communities through Entrepreneurship” symposium in the Park Hall auditorium. Panelists included Bob Moritz ’85, global chairman of PwC; Phyllis Moore Holloway ’76 CAS’01, a business owner, longtime educator and non-profit leader; and Jeff Knauss ’07, co-founder of the Digital Hyve marketing agency.
An expanded version of the college’s annual Launch It student entrepreneur competition kicked off with in-person pitches following the panel. This session, along with two more on Oct. 1, allowed students to start building teams as they competed for a $2,500 top prize among other cash awards. Learn more by joining the SUNY Oswego Innovation Community platform on Engage, engage.oswego.edu, or emailing email@example.com.
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