Sierra Nevada College posted a strong showing at the 12th Annual D.W. Reynolds Governor’s Cup business plan competition on April 14, 2016, winning first place in the undergraduate division, while also earning the coveted Lt. Governor’s Award. Competitors from Nevada’s colleges and universities pitched their businesses on April 13 to a panel of expert judges in Reno. More than $100,000 in cash prizes were distributed to winners in three categories during a reception dinner at the Atlantis Casino Resort.
Sierra Nevada College’s Pure Ski Experience won 2nd place and $20,000 in the Reynolds Tri-State Competition at the Cosmopolitan Hotel in Las Vegas. Pure Ski Experience is devoted to sharing the knowledge and skills of world-class and Olympic skiers with motivated clients, offering them the ultimate life-changing learning experience on the slopes through advanced and […]
Truckee Meadows Community College (TMCC) business student Michael Nesbitt was a part of a team that won $10,000 in the recent Nevada’s Center for Entrepreneurship and Technology (NCET) Donald W. Reynolds Governor’s Cup Collegiate Business Plan Competition (Governor’s Cup). The team won the Lieutenant Governor’s award for their plan for CH4OICE, a renewable energy small […]
Planning is one of the most important and often overlooked facets of business. To help business students understand the process, a plethora of business plan competitions are available in the community. Student entrepreneurs develop plans and present to panels of community judges. A number of these business plans ultimately develop into successful businesses. Many people […]
NCET just wrapped up the 9th annual Donald W. Reynolds Governor’s Cup College Business Plan Competition. Based on the work of this year’s student teams, the good news is that Nevada’s future looks bright! One hundred and forty-five students from UNR, TMCC, UNLV and Sierra Nevada College submitted 42 undergraduate-track plans and 13 graduate-track plans. […]
Two UNLV undergraduate student groups awarded $35,000 to help develop business plans Two UNLV student teams took top prizes and collected $35,000 in prize money last night in the Donald W. Reynolds Governor’s Cup Collegiate Business Plan Competition, a statewide contest designed to encourage students to use their ideas and talents to create tomorrow’s businesses. […]