SCOREcard 2017 Competition
Rewarding and mentoring Richmond’s best new business models
Richmond SCORE announced a panel of judges selected six semifinalists from twenty-three entries to move on to the semifinals. Each of the six contestants will present a 10-minute pitch on their business model at the Semi-Final Event to be held on April 26, 6:00 pm at Richmond Times-Dispatch, 300 E. Franklin Street.
The six semifinalists are:
Food Not Flowers – Brandon Bruce
Prepares chef- inspired meals for family and friends to send for life events such as new baby, instead of flowers
Gimmee Shelter – Bill Martin
Provides a patented corrugated plastic enclosure for post-disaster housing and global homeless housing
Le Bleu Central Virginia – Tom Garnet and Christine Probst
Provides ultra pure bottled water for companies and homeowners
Lifelong Home – Matt Woolman
Provides non-medical services for age 65 and older homeowners who wish to remain in their own home through retirement
LMP Food Group, LLC/Ames' Hot Southern Honey – Ames Russell
Produces a Virginia honey condiment infused with red chili peppers, already available at 10 retail locations in Central/Eastern Virginia
The Dog Wagon Carry Out – Robert Stout
Operates a carry out restaurant specializing in the perfect on-the go meal: Hot Dogs!
At this event three finalists will be selected to make their final presentations at the Final Event on May 17 to be held at Virginia Biotechnology Research Park when the following cash prizes will be awarded:
First Place – $5,000
Second Place – $2,500
Third Place – $1,000
SCOREcard 2017, a business model canvas completion held in partnership with the Virginia Biotechnology Research Park and Richmond Times-Dispatch. The Competition seeks to identify and reward Richmond area start-ups with the best business model that can lead to increased revenue and profit growth – the model that best demonstrates optimum customer and investor appeal.
Get more information on the Semifinal Event here.
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