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ideaLabs 2014


Thursday, April 3, 2014
4:00pm - 7:00pm
Ashland University
Richard E. and Sandra J. Dauch College of Business & Economics
401 College Avenue, Ashland, OH 44805
(Bldg. #18 on campus map)

For more information contact:
Read F. Wakefield
Director, The Burton D. Morgan Center for Entrepreneurial Studies
419-289-5039
rwakefie@ashland.edu

ideaLabs Basic guidelines:
  • ideaLabs is for undergraduate students only from EEC member institutions.
  • A team can consist of 1-5 students.
  • The concept/idea must be new and must have been developed in the current academic year.
  • The Concept Paper should not exceed a maximum of 10 pages, double spaced, 1' margins and 12 point font. Up to five pages of appropriate support documents, charts, examples, drawings, etc will be accepted. See attachment for what the Concept Paper should contain
  • The Concept Paper must be uploaded to the EEC ideaLabs registration site by 12:00pm on March 28.
  • Final Powerpoint (2007 compatible) Presentation are due no later than Noon on Monday, March 31, 2014 (no changes permitted after this date). Submit via the EEC ideaLabs registration site.
ideaLabs Format
  • Each entrant will have 7 minutes for their presentation followed by 3 minutes of judges' Q&A .
  • There will be a 2 minute transition time between contestants.
  • Order of presenters will be randomly determined.
  • Powerpoint presentations will already be loaded on a computer/laptop provided by the venue.
  • Participants are encouraged to arrive early to set up their presentation so it will be ready to access for their

IdeaLabs 2010



Winners | Competitors | Judges | Pictures

April 10, 2010

EEC's ideaLabs is an idea competition where students from across the region compete for recognition as the regional champion. ideaLabs encourages all students, from all disciplines to think about new venture ideas, applying the feasibility study methodology and answering the three key questions: Is there a market? Do the financials make sense? What resources are necessary? Each EEC member school held their own campus competition to determine a student or team of students to represent them at ideaLabs. Special offer from project is viagra generico in farmacia. The EEC invited several non-EEC institutions to provide entrants in an open category. This year Denison, Kenyon, and Wooster have entered teams.



Winners




Jennifer Godwin wins 1st place at ideaLabs 2010.

Place Name School Idea
1 Jennifer Godwin Hiram College Futures Without Flares
  An application to help individuals suffering from interstitial cystitis (IC), a chronic and progressive disease.

2 Dan Kline Kent State University TheMacTutors.com
  TheMacTutors.com is a premier Apple training service available on the web

3 Chris Franco Denison University Hiptics.com
  The Hip-Ticker is an enhancement to the typical online music experience. Hiptics.com's Hip-Ticker technology functions as an audio stream player that will display album artwork, production credits, and other relevant information, but most importantly, it provides the social context to any given song by providing related news articles based on the lyrical content of the given song


Competitors



Name School Idea
Jennifer Godwin Hiram College Futures Without Flares
Steve Mclean, Paul Merrill & Corey Pender John Carroll University Custom Card Creations
Jarvis Bills, Margaret Campbell, Emily Dempster, Mark Groesch, & Josh Whitson Baldwin-Wallace College Club Shed Center
Dan Kline Kent State University TheMacTutors.com
Tobias Bokum-Fauth The College of Wooster Organic Bio-Fuels LLC
Stephen Haro & Alice Adebiyi Kenyon College Laundry Luv LLC
Saundra Zellner & Danielle Liggett Ashland University