Business Plan Competition offers prizes up to $5K

Delaware State News
Posted 7/15/21

WILMINGTON — The H.E.R. Business Plan Competition will award three cash prizes to women-owned businesses who submit their business plans for consideration.

“The H.E.R. Business Plan …

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Business Plan Competition offers prizes up to $5K

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WILMINGTON — The H.E.R. Business Plan Competition will award three cash prizes to women-owned businesses who submit their business plans for consideration.

“The H.E.R. Business Plan Competition is intended to help sustainable businesses continue to grow in Delaware,” Sara Crawford of the WBC said in a prepared statement. “And sustainable businesses start with solid business plans.”

A first-place prize of $5,000 and two additional prizes of $2,500 each will be awarded at the True Access Capital Annual Meeting on Oct. 28.

Contestants must meet eligibility requirements and submit a business plan along with the competition application. All contestants are encouraged to work with the WBC’s advisors and services to create or refine their business plans. WBC services are free and designed to help business owners develop functional business plans. The application deadline is Aug. 18.

The competition is sponsored by True Access Capital, the U.S. Small Business Administration and Citizens Bank.

For the application, eligibility and contest rules, visit the website.