Evan Harris, a junior finance major, took first place and received a $2,500 prize for his 90-second elevator pitch at the Burton D. Morgan Foundation’s PITCH U competition Oct. 3.
Prince Ghosh, a first-year student, finished in second place, receiving $1,000, and Nathan Swift, a graduate student in the Science and Technology Entrepreneurship Programs for physics, was awarded $500 for his third-place finish.
Those who missed the first PITCH U competition can register for the Nov. 7 event, which will be held at Case Western Reserve.
Those who enter will have the opportunity to take home prize money, meet investors and learn how to pitch,
For more information and to register, visit pitchu.org.