The US Small Business Administration has celebrated America’s small businesses through this celebration for more than 50 years.
In conjunction with that, the Small Business Development Center at Onondaga Community College is taking the time to recognize outstanding small businesses from each of the six counties served by the agency. Each business has at some time leveraged the no-cost assistance provided by the team of business advisors to start or grow their small businesses.
The 2018 Cayuga County Competition took place on October 25, November 1, November 8 (for 2 hours each night) with the final Competition held on November 15, where the following winners were announced.
Left to right: E.J. Onori, Brian Chappell, and Melody Johnson.
The 2018 Cortland County Competition took place on October 23, October 30, November 6 (for 2 hours each night) with the final Competition held on November 13 where the following winners were announced.
Left to right: Michael Sampson, Tina Minervini, Tammie Whitson, Jonathan Milton, Paul Brooks (judge), and Michael Rosanio (instructor).
The 2018 Onondaga Pitch Competition required a three week development of the business plan before the final elevator pitch competition/ presentation night.
The competition promotes existing and start-up entrepreneurs and small business development in the Syracuse Onondaga County area. Participants pitched their businesses to a live audience and panel of judges who provided expert feedback and awarded cash prizes.
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