For anybody who has been following Belmont's Andy Tabar entrepreneurial endeavors, he is Finalist in B-Plan Competition according to The Entrepreneurial Mind.
TechKnowledge Point announced the ten national semifinal ventures coming to the 5th Annual Spirit of Entrepreneurship and Enterprise Development (S.E.E.D.) National Collegiate Venture Forum on March 14th and 15th at the Reagan Ranch Center in downtown Santa Barbara. Congratulations to Belmont University junior Andy Tabar for making the semifinals of this year's competition. Andy is an entrepreneurship major here at Belmont.
The vision of SEED is to help top collegiate ventures secure capital funding. SEED completes preliminary due diligence on dozens of business plans submitted by the December deadline, then invites the most promising ventures to present their business plans to a world-class panel of evaluators, early-stage investors, and product development and market-industry specialists. SEED attracts dozens of qualified investors to see the presentations (angel investors, hedge fund managers, private equity managers, venture capital fund managers, and investment bankers).