The Ohio division of an international entrepreneurs’ group is sponsoring a business plan competition that will award the winner $25,000 in cash and services.
TiE (The International Entrepreneurs) Ohio’s competition, called TiEQuest, is open to current and aspiring entrepreneurs, according to a statement from the group. TiE Ohio will accept entries from Dec. 1 to Jan. 31.
Winners will have the opportunity to complete in TiE’s global competition, to be held in Toronto in April.
“The TiEQuest business plan competition supports entrepreneurs regionally and provides them a platform for visibility and support through TiE’s global network of successful entrepreneurs and investors,” said Baiju Shah, CEO of Cleveland economic development group BioEnterprise and co-chair of TiE Ohio.
Further details will be available at Tie Ohio’s website.