Fisher 139 was packed for the competition.
At the Bob Mark Memorial Elevator Pitch Competition last Monday, students had three minutes to sell their next great business idea to a panel of judges. The pitches were as wide-ranging as they were clever.
Placing first--and winning the $1,000 top prize--was AsfalisMed, the creation of Travis Beaulieu and Joel Florek. Beaulieu is an applied physics major with a concentration in entrepreneurship and a minor in mathematics. Florek is a first-year engineering student and a member of the Pavlis Institute for Global Technological Leadership. Their business uses a secure online database and mobile application for access to medical information via QR codes on drivers licenses and student IDs. More
Dennis '92, '09