Call for Applicants: William James Foundation Socially Responsible Business Plan Competition

August 26, 2011 at 5:00 am Leave a comment

The William James Foundation Socially Responsible Business Plan Competition is now accepting entries, with 5-8 page plans due October 12. The competition offers great feedback to all entrants and $150,000 in cash, service, and investment prizes. Last year, Social Innovation Incubator Vector Program member Preciva took third place!

We’re pleased to offer a 20% discount on the application fee to our friends and readers. Simply go to the Impact Entrepreneurs Facebook page, “like” us, and click the “Discounts” link on the left to get your code. We hope you’ll enter!

From the announcement:

The William James Foundation’s Socially Responsible Business Plan Competition offers $150,000 worth of services, cash, & investment offers to the best new for-profit plans with social and/or environmental goals. Entrants can be any age or anywhere in the world. Entrants receive an average of 20 pages of feedback a round. Deadline for 5-8 page summaries is Oct. 12. Visit www.williamjamesfoundation.org for information on entering, judging, & prizes.

PSU Social Innovation Incubator members and Certified B Corporations get 50% off the application fee.

 

Entry filed under: Events, Funding, Opportunities for social innovators, Uncategorized.

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