The two teams were among 11 finalists in the competition. Coordinated through the entrepreneurial leadership center at Tufts University's Gordon Institute, the two business plan competitions allow students from schools across the university to compete. Roof For Two , the top winner in the Classic Business Plan category, is developing a company that will produce a shield, combining a windshield and roof, for people who ride motorcycles in Southeast Asian countries. The top winner in the Social Entrepreneurship competition was Sanergy.
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The Gordon Institute, founded in , seeks to assist inspired Tufts students as they bring their ideas to life through a variety of educational programs and annual competitions. Trapsaver, presented by seniors David Leibenberg and Willem Sandberg from the School of Engineering, was one of the winning ideas. The product would assist fisherman in recovering sea fishing traps. Thormika Keo, a clinical associate at Tufts Medical Center, and Diana Winston, a clinical instructor at Tufts Medical Center, also won for their Hadori Catheter proposal, a device that would aid physicians in visualizing colonoscopy procedures. The third winner, Syria Bicycle Company, was presented by Fletcher School graduate student Ely Teitsworth as an enterprise to employ displaced Syrians through bicycle manufacturing. To be honest, if we had greater capacity, it would be amazing.
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The two projects were among 10 finalists in the competition. Coordinated through the entrepreneurial leadership center at Tufts University's Gordon Institute, the business plan competition includes students from schools across the university and alumni. PriceTrack, the top winner in the Classic Business Plan category, will track prices and automatically send an email alert when the price of an item drops or reaches a set target price. It will also provide merchandisers with data about consumer trends. Adrienne N.
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