Wed, Oct 12, 2022

5:30 PM – 6:30 PM EDT (GMT-4)

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Come with your ideas (no matter how early in development) so that you can put together a two page description/concept paper by Nov 15, the deadline to apply. This does not have to be a fully developed idea or plan, but a draft of what you think would be possible.

 If you have an idea, pitch it! Tell us what you are thinking about, what kind of resources, including team members and their skills you are looking for, and make an ask.

 You will have up to 2 minutes to pitch your idea.

 You will get live feedback from Marilyn Davison, Entrepreneurship Coach in Residence, Will Snider, Judge in the D-Prize as well as from your peers in the room.

 If you don’t have an idea but want to join a team, come prepared to talk about how you could contribute to a team.

 Tables will be marked with the D-Prize Challenge areas: Agriculture, Clean Water, Energy, Education, Health Access, Livelihoods and Public Service.

 Elaine Chen, Executive Director of the Derby Entrepreneurship Center will be on hand for support. The Tufts Ideas Competition which runs through Oct 31 is also a terrific way to test out your ideas. For more information, visit:

 Enjoy pizza and sit with people who are interested in the same topics. If you are not sure about participating, please come anyway and share your curiosity.
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