This new prize is intended to be the premier food and agribusiness business plan competition for university and graduate students. It is sponsored by Rabobank, a leading institution in agribusiness financing and is supported by J-WAFS and the MIT Food and Agriculture Club.
The competition will take place in two stages and finalists will present their business plans at an Award Ceremony hosted at MIT in the spring and will compete to win $25,000 in total prize money. To get things moving, join us at the Generator Dinner for a chance to:
• Learn about the challenges in food and agribusiness from the perspective of leaders such as Rabobank’s North America CEO Rajiv Singh and the Director of MIT J-WAFS Lab Professor John Lienhard
• Meet other students with similar interests to form teams
• Eat great food and network with like-minded individuals
This is not a pitch event, and all students with interest in the industry are welcome. The event is also open to students from other universities and industry experts from the Boston area.
Space is limited, so please RSVP
More information on the website
of the event.