KU Pitch Contest Provides Students the Opportunity to Bring Business Ideas to Life

Seahawk Tank Pitch Contest WPBF Anchor Stephanie Berzinski interviews former student winner Tom Tigwell along with Belinda Keiser, KU’s Vice Chancellor of Community Relations & Student Advancement

West Palm Beach, Florida – January 2, 2018 – Keiser University recently unveiled its Seahawk Tank Pitch Contest which is open to students from all of its 18 campuses and its online division.

The unique opportunity will provide student entrepreneurs from every major the opportunity to see their business goals and inventions come to life. Eight finalists will present their ideas to a panel of industry judges in hopes of winning cash prizes and in-kind services at the event to be held April 5, 2018 at Keiser University’s Flagship Campus.

Similar to “Shark Tank,” the competition is open to all KU students currently matriculated at any of Keiser University’s 18 campuses and its online division, the contest is accepting applications until February 2, 2018. To learn more, students are encouraged to visit this page.

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At Keiser University students always come first, our reputation was built in Florida. Keiser is a not-for-profit university with over 40 years of history, thousands of graduates on campus and online. Now, with a 100-acre residential campus, this can be your right fit. We are Keiser University!

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