Welcome to the Ideabounce® site for Goldfarb School of Nursing at Barnes-Jewish College and St. Louis College of Pharmacy!
On Thursday, Oct. 20, Goldfarb School of Nursing at Barnes-Jewish College will partner with St. Louis College of Pharmacy and the Skandalaris Center at Washington University to host Ideabounce. This event brings students, faculty and staff together to discuss business ideas openly. Pre-selected idea "bouncers" will have the opportunity to pitch business ideas to a panel of judges comprised of local business leaders and entrepreneurs. An open-microphone session will give everyone an opportunity to contribute thoughts and suggestions.
Here is how it works:
· Live pitches from 15-20 bouncers
· Judged on Clarity of presentation, Passion of presenter, and Request for help (CPR)
· 3 winners receive $100 and a private after-reception dinner with judges for individual mentoring and advice
· Networking reception following the event for all attendees
This is a free event. Students, faculty, staff and alumni of Goldfarb School of Nursing, St. Louis College of Pharmacy, and Washington University School of Medicine are invited to "bounce" ideas.
Registration starts at 5 p.m. Bouncing starts at 5:30 p.m.
Parking is available in the St. Louis College of Pharmacy garage located at 4531 Children's Place.
Click "post an idea" to share your idea.
Click "register for events" at the bottom of this page if you plan to attend the event.
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