The WBPC is a comprehensive, 7-month
platform to help entrepreneurs and their teams launch their new
business ideas. The WBPC is structured in three phases to help teams
develop their plans in both a collaborative and competitive
environment. The WBPC’s entrepreneurship workshops feature
entrepreneurship experts including Wharton entrepreneurship professors
and Wharton graduates who have started their own businesses. The WBPC
provides a network for brainstorming, feedback, and future business
opportunities. Participating teams develop their ideas with the
guidance from top business leaders who serve as mentors and judges.
Finally, the top three finalists receive national press attention and
share $70,000 in cash and prizes to jumpstart their businesses.

Deadline for Phase 1 is November 10th. Learn more.

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Noah Parsons
Noah Parsons

Noah is currently the COO at Palo Alto Software, makers of Outpost and the online business plan app LivePlan, and content curator and creator of the Emergent Newsletter. You can follow Noah on Google+ or on Twitter.