USC Viterbi hosts annual business plan competitions to help inspire innovators to be at the forefront of technology solutions.
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Viterbi at the University of Southern California hosts annual business plan competitions for students to help inspire innovators to be at the forefront of technology solutions.
The winning team will be awarded $50,000, intended to assist them in implementing their business plan. Four finalists will also win free legal services from one of our legal partners - details to be announced later. In addition, each team that is admitted into the program will be given a $2,500 NSF Mini I-Corps grant. This money can be used for customer discovery and prototyping and is supported by a USC I-Corps Site grant. Additional avenues for funding will also be made discussed and made available to MEPC Finalists.
Fariborz Maseeh is the Massiah Foundation's founder and president. Mr. Maseeh founded the Massiah Foundation in 2001 on the concept of venture philanthropy.