A UALR team developing a business plan to market a method of determining acetaminophen toxicity will make its oral presentation for two awards in the Donald W. Reynolds Governor’s Cup business plan competition Thursday and Friday, April 8 and 9.
Several budding capitalists were recently chosen to participate in the next round of the Donald W. Reynolds Governor’s Cup Graduate and Undergraduate Business Plan Competition. A total of 12 undergraduate and five graduate teams will advance beyond the 50 groups... Read More →
Ouachita Baptist University’s Hickingbothom School of Business recently held its inaugural Business Plan Competition. Participating students formed teams or worked individually under the supervision of a faculty member to create a start-up company for rewards of up to $4,000. “These... Read More →
The Tears of Life business-plan team at the University of Arkansas’ Walton College of Business has been awarded the 2009 John A. White Award for Faculty-Student Collaboration. The partnership between the team and faculty member Carol Reeves won or placed... Read More →
John Brown University professor, Mandy Moore, discusses the Donald W. Reynolds Governor’s Cup competition. What do students go through to put their entrepreneurial dreams to the test and could Moore’s classroom be a breeding ground for Arkansas’ next generation of... Read More →
Teams from the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville and John Brown University at Siloam Springs each brought home $25,000 first-place prizes in the Donald W. Reynolds Tri-State Award business plan competition in Las Vegas. Tears for Life, the UA’s winning business plan... Read More →
College innovators were recognized Tuesday in the annual Donald W. Reynolds Governor’s Cup for Entrepreneurial Development, presented by the Arkansas Economic Acceleration Foundation. The competition, featuring undergraduate and graduate-level business plans, is designed to encourage students of Arkansas’s universities and... Read More →