Leonsis Prize Presented to Georgetown McDonough Startups
Two Georgetown McDonough-based startups took home $15,000 following the thanks to the support from the Leonsis Family Entrepreneurship Prize—a monetary award that provides funding for students and alumni who have started businesses of their own. The awards were presented by the Georgetown Entrepreneurship Initiative according to a press release from the school.
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