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Mtech Announces Winners of the 2011 University of Maryland $75K Business Plan Competition
Date:5/9/2011

nd Biotechnology Center, and FounderCorps made this year's competition better than ever before. For example, the partnership with FounderCorps, whose members include this region's most successful entrepreneurs, significantly elevated the intensity and value of the mentoring and coaching that each finalist received. We not only saw fantastic investor presentations, but also relationships bloom between teams and their FounderCorps mentors that will continue well beyond the competition. In addition, finalist teams and audience members alike benefited from the keen insights and advice from the panel of company founders and from keynote speaker and former competition winner [2002] Corinna Lathan, who was named one of the most creative minds in business by Fast Company magazine last year."

Sponsors of the competition included: Lockheed Martin, Warren Citrin, Fish & Richardson P.C., Nixon Peabody LLP, and the Maryland Biotechnology Center.

Judges in the high technology and biotechnology category included: Jonathan Aberman, managing director, Amplifier Ventures; Gwilym Attwell, principal, Fish & Richardson P.C.; Ed Barrientos, CEO, Brazen Careerist, managing partner, Zeitgeist Holdings, visiting angel, Dingman Center for Entrepreneurship; Harry D'Andrea, general partner, Valhalla Partners; Joe DelGuercio, managing director, CNF Investments; John D. Evans, vice president business innovation, Lockheed Martin Corporation; Mark Kass, partner and chair, Israel business, Nixon Peabody LLP; Charles Montague, program manager, biotechnology development programs, Maryland Biotechnology Center; and Janet Yang, principal, Novak Biddle Venture Partners.

Judges in the undergraduate category included: Warren Citrin, co-founder
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