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Weekly Newsletter | January 16th, 2020
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LAST CHANCE TO APPLY FOR SPRING ROCKET PITCH!

Back by popular demand!

Got two minutes? Georgetown students enter the battle of ideas at this "elevator pitch" competition designed for early-stage ideas. Thousands of dollars are at stake and any student with a bright idea can apply.


Apply by January 20th, 2020
APPLY TO PITCH HERE
RSVP TO ATTEND HERE
Hoya Hacks 2020 
January 31- February 2, 2020 @ Georgetown University

Hoya Hacks is a 36-hour event at Georgetown University that brings together students interested in building something cool. They provide the resources for you to succeed, no matter your skill level! Hoya Hacks 2020 is open to any undergraduate student and it is completely free!
LEARN MORE HERE
2020 GEA Alumni Pitch Competition
Thursday, February 6
6:30 – 9 p.m.
Auto Shop @ Union Market

Buy your tickets today—registration includes admission to the LIVE pitch competition featuring four Georgetown alumni entrepreneurs, a reception with passed appetizers catered by Chef Geoff’s and a hosted bar featuring Right Proper, Saturday Session, Tanteo Tequila, Health-Ade Kombucha, and everybody water.
BUY TICKETS HERE
Georgetown MBA Candidate Publishes Book on Rust Belt Resurgence

A story of optimism and expectation, New Grit is a look inside the unique entrepreneurial fabric of these once-great rust belt cities. With stories and insights from AOL co-founder Steve Case, Startup Communities author Brad Feld, and 2020 presidential candidate Andrew Yang, you will discover a sense of hope for comeback cities and gain an understanding of the importance of entrepreneurship in achieving this goal.

If you are a fan of comebacks and underdogs, look no further. These cities are not just hoping for a resurgence. They know it's coming, and you should too.
BUY THE BOOK HERE
MBA Entrepreneur Featured in Alumni Magazine

Inspired by the emphasis on social impact that he’d found at Georgetown McDonough and workshopped in his courses, Noobtsaa Philip Vang (MBA’16) created Foodhini—a Washington, DC, online restaurant that connects immigrant and refugee chefs directly with customers.
CLICK HERE TO READ MORE
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