What is the Frost Pitch Challenge?

The Frost Pitch Challenge is a business plan competition for all Centenary students. Qualifying participants must submit an application and participate in workshops; our Top 5 finalists are selected to make their final business pitches to a panel of judges, comprised of local business and educational leaders. The winning team will receive $4,000; the teams placing second and third will receive $1,500 and $750, respectively.


How it Works

Interested in competing? Participating is as easy as 1-2-3!


Submit an application by September 20 with your business idea. Ideas can apply to any industry, and any current Centenary student can enter. Students can also find the application via Canvas.


Attend workshops and receive professional coaching from the Entrepreneurial Accelerator Program (EAP) and local business professionals serving as our competition mentors. Participants will gain critical business skills, like networking, writing business plans, and pitching and presenting.


Participants will submit their final documents and the Top 5 teams are invited to pitch their business ideas to a panel of judges. Each team will have seven minutes to present, followed by three minutes of Q&A with the judges.



If you have questions, contact Dr. Barbara Davis in the Frost School of Business:
210 Jackson Hall

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