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  • Graham+Gilmore%2C+Frierich+2018+winner
    Skidmore senior Graham Gilmore earned $20,000 to grow his kombucha business with a compelling presentation and top-quality product.
    Apr 12 2018
  • An+Overview+of+the+Kenneth+A.+Freirich+Business+Plan+Competition
    What is Skidmore's Kenneth A. Freirich Business Plan Competition? Learn about one of the preeminent business plan competitions among liberal arts colleges nationally.
    Mar 29 2018
  • Alexander+Nassief+%E2%80%9916
    Senior Alexander Nassief, who entered the competition three previous times, vows to "sink all of the winnings into rum."
    Apr 10 2016
  • Skidmore News
    Jonah Epstein '16 loves his hometown of Buffalo-so much that he's on a mission to bring the Buffalo and surrounding communities together over a beer.
    Apr 8 2016
  • Skidmore News
    It takes time to age a premium rum. It also takes time to develop a new process for it and draw up a business plan to sell it. A Skidmore student has stuck with it and made it happen.
    Apr 7 2016
  • Skidmore News
    "You're at a club that's playing nothing but electronic music, and all you want to hear is the new Drake single." How can you get through to the DJ? Three students have an app for that.
    Apr 6 2016
  • Skidmore News
    Seven teams of entrepreneurial students vie for $60,000 in cash and services at Skidmore's sixth annual Kenneth A. Freirich Business Plan Competition, this Friday, April 8.
    Apr 5 2016
  • Claire+Lindsay+%2716+with+Christine+Juneau+%2782%2C+P%2718
    A shared resource for sustainable food, arts, and learning is how The Green Onion's student founder Claire Lindsay '16, pictured with mentor Christine Juneau '82, P'18, describes her startup that's vying for a best-business-plan prize.
    Apr 4 2016
  • Skidmore News
    A shirt this creative could only come out of Skidmore College. And it's in the running to win startup cash for its business plan.
    Apr 1 2016
  • Skidmore News
    Learning how low-cost fashion exacts a high cost around the world, two students launched a startup—and a bid to win a business-plan prize to develop it.
    Mar 31 2016