ECE Graduate Students: U-M Pryor-Hale Business Plan Competition

The Pryor-Hale Business Plan Competition, sponsored by the Ross School of Business, is the only business plan competition held at the University of Michigan expressly for Michigan Students. Six student teams will present their business concepts to a panel of professional investors. $24,000 in awards will be given for four distinct awards: Pryor Award for Best Business, Best Written Plan, Best Oral Presentation, and ILIR Social Impact Award.

Best Written Plan

2003
Michael McCorquodale, EE
Co-authored winning entry with Jeff Wilkins (Business School GSI). McCorquodale's and Wilkins' plan presented the framework for Mobius, a company that will sell patented intellectual property to microchip makers – specifically, Mobius will sell technology that permits manufacturers to integrate clock mechanisms directly onto microprocessors.

 


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