McGinnis Venture Competition

The CMU Tepper School of Business and the Donald H. Jones Center for Entrepreneurship are sponsoring the McGinnis Venture Competition for entrepreneurially-oriented MBA students with technology-oriented business plans. The competition gets underway next Thursday. There are a lot of hungry entrepreneurs headed to Pittsburgh for this -- let's be sure that they see and hear the best that the city has to offer.

The competition website includes some cool technology of its own -- Abby, the AI/natural language technology produced by local firm Eidoserve. That's entrepreneurship in action. The Eidoserve founder and CEO is local entrepreneur and Tepper School faculty member RF Culbertson.

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