SPU Graduate Competition Judge Shares Insight
A few weeks ago, Seattle Pacific University’s School of Business, Government and Economics hosted a graduate-level social enterprise competition. It was a group contest allowing students to pitch a social enterprise idea to an audience of business men and women with the goal to receive funding to launch. Each group had seven minutes to pitch its idea before judges evaluated them. For Matt Overton, a full-time ordained minister, small business owner and judge, “it was a phenomenal experience,” he said in a blog.