High Growth Division

Which one of these is out of place in this list? Teamwork. Innovation. High growth concepts. Cash prizes totaling $114,000. The Las Vegas Strip.

The Answer: None of the above. They all help sum up the High Growth Division of the Donald W. Reynolds Governor’s Cup business plan competition.

If you are ready to kick start your entrepreneurial aspirations, the High Growth Division of the GovCup is the place to start. Students from any college campus in Oklahoma are invited to write a business plan around a high growth concept like one of these five industry categories: healthcare; information technology/communications; manufacturing, material sciences, transportation; energy and environmental; or student generated design.

Form your team, write the plan and pitch your concept for your share of $114,000 in cash awards and scholarships. The top two teams in both the Graduate and Undergraduate divisions advance to compete for $118,000 in additional cash prizes in the Tri-State competition in Las Vegas.

So, what are you waiting for?

The menu to the left will walk you through the process of participating in the High Growth Division.

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