EWU Students Place in Inland Northwest Business Plan Competition

Open to graduate and undergraduate students from EWU, Whitworth, and SCC, the Inland Northwest Business Plan Competition offers students a competitive venue for polishing their written and oral skills in creating and presenting viable business plans. Students may enter their plans in one of three categories: Student-Generated Ideas, Community-Based Plans and Social Enterprise Plans.

In the 2012 competition, Community-Based Plan category, EWU students Eden Hendrix and Chrysan Huntley won second prize for “Fresh Abundance,” and Don Pratt and Kelly Hancock were awarded third place for “Focal Length Productions.” EWU student Micah Buska won third prize in the Student-Generated Idea category for “Drunken Noodle.” Congratulations!