Trine University will Friday host its fifth annual Innovation Challenge on the Angola campus. The competition will feature new ideas and concepts for business and technology from high school and university students as well as community members.
The first place winner will receive $2,500, with an additional $1,000 and $500 being awarded to second and third place, respectively. Trine says prizes will also be given for the best high school idea, best university idea and best community idea.
Last year, the first place winner in the business category was Run in Charge, a business concept that provides personalized, data driven solutions for runners struggling with injury. Since taking the top spot, the concept has advanced to the second round of the McCloskey New Venture Competition at the University of Notre Dame.
You can learn more about the Trine Innovation Challenge by clicking here.