Tulane University’s $40,000 Tulane Business Plan Competition is accepting entrants until Feb. 15. First prizes of $20,000 each are offered for both the traditional entrepreneurship track and the social entrepreneurship track. Entrants have to be seeking outside capital, must be teams of two to six people and must have at least one full-time student as a member.

Thanks to David Miller of Campus Entrepreneurship for picking this one up.

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