4th Annual Biola Startup Competition Kick Off
The Crowell School of Business is pleased to announce that Brit Gilmore, President, The Giving Keys will be the keynote speaker at the 4th Annual Biola Startup Competition, September 17.
Crowell School of Business Graduate Students Sweep Third Annual Startup Competition!
Crowell's MBA and Master of Management, Nonprofit Organizations programs help propel students both in and out of the classroom. Join Kingdom minded business leaders and discover more about our programs.
Develop Your Business Plan
The Startup Competition team is here to help you succeed. Once you’ve registered, your team will have access to workshops that will help you develop your business concept, and you finalist teams will be matched with a personal coach to hone your business plan.
Make Your Innovative Idea a Reality
The Biola Startup Competition is an initiative that offers all current Biola undergraduate students, graduate students and recent (2009 or later) alumni the opportunity to transform a promising idea into a successful startup business or nonprofit. Aided by experienced executives and business leaders, you and your team will have the chance to pitch your concept, develop a business plan, gain valuable real-world insights and compete for capital.
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“Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for human masters, since you know that you will receive an inheritance from the Lord as a reward. It is the Lord Christ you are serving.”
Winners: 2018 Biola Startup Competition
$15,000 and $10,000 Brown & Streza LLP Legal Package
youniquely_made is an e-commerce matchmaking platform for artistic creators and marketing clients.
Coach: John Russell
Crowell School of Business Partnerships
The Biola University Crowell School of Business is pleased to be a Top-Tier Partner School of the Praxis Academy. Praxis Academy and the Biola Startup Competition are aligned in mission to "build a community of next generation leaders who are pursuing redemptive entrepreneurship and innovation across all of culture." Since 2016, Biola University has served as the host site of the annual Praxis Academy — welcoming over 200 students from 80 universities for a one-week intensive on campus.
The Biola University Crowell School of Business is pleased to be a supporter of the Lausanne Movement’s Global Workplace Forum — to be held in Manila, June 25–29, 2019. The Lausanne Movement’s Global Workplace Forum (GWF) and the Crowell School of Business are aligned in mission “to bring together a diverse range of influencers in order to mobilize the whole church — in every corner of the global workplace — as bearers of the gospel.” The Biola Startup Competition is a first step in mobilizing and training young influencers for global impact in the workplace.
Biola Entrepreneurship Society
Biola Entrepreneurship Society seeks to foster an innovate and creative environment where students are encouraged to go after their dreams. Biola Entrepreneurship Society desires to not only encourage and support participants while they are in the Startup Competition, but to continue to encourage and provide support for participants after the competition is over. Have any questions? You can email firstname.lastname@example.org.
“It is clear that God has used entrepreneurial innovation to improve the quality of our lives today. The Biola Startup Competition, sponsored by the Crowell School of Business, will nurture the entrepreneurial spirit across our campus and launch a new generation of business leaders and businesses that serve the common good and impact the world for Christ.”
Crowell School of Business
“Since launching the Biola Startup Competition in 2015, we have seen the Lord work amazingly — bringing together our strategic partnership with the Praxis Academy and in establishing Biola's community of redemptive entrepreneurs.”
Director of Strategic Initiatives
Crowell School of Business
“The Biola Startup Competition gave me the chance to learn business with a hands on approach. From this opportunity I gained a love for business and the passion to use business as ministry for the glory of God.”
Business Administration: Management ('17)
“Whether I am an entrepreneur, work for a company or do ministry full-time, the mission is the same: to make disciples of all nations through the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ. This opportunity has grown my faith significantly.”
Computer Science Information Systems ('17)