Teams must prepare an Executive Summary addressing fundamental issues of interest to potential investors. It should highlight the most important and interesting elements of the business that lead a potential investor to understand why your venture will succeed. For more specific information about the Executive Summary refer to the packet, which can be dowloaded above.
Round II consists of a two-minute presentation.
The Top 15 finalists must present their idea in a “Shark Tank” style presentation round in front of a judging panel by making a two-minute presentation (with a one-minute Q&A) to a panel of judges. The panel will be comprised of business leaders, students, and faculty. The Shark Tank presentation to judges will held on Tuesday, November 19, 2019, beginning at 6:00 p.m. Teams will be assigned a time slot via email. A projector with a connector for Windows machines will be available for competitor use, but teams are responsible for bringing a laptop, other digital devices, HDMI cables, adapters, etc. Dress is formal business attire.
Download this packet to see all rules regarding the Shark Tank round.
Each of the Top 5 teams will be invited to the final Snow College Opportunity Quest event (see timeline for details). There, teams will be able to present to a panel of judges. Final judges will be different from the Shark Tank round judges. The winner of the $2,000 grand prize and winners of other prizes will be announced the of November 21, 2019.