NEW YORK July 13, 2011
Business School, New York University NYU Pace University Baruch College
Jeffrey Carr NYU
Student mentoring organizations are also benefiting from using the platform. Junior Achievement Worldwide, the world’s largest organization dedicated to educating students about workforce readiness, entrepreneurship and financial literacy through experiential, hands-on programs also enlisted Angelsoft to power several student business plan competitions.
Angelsoft empowers school competition administrators, mentors, judges and aspiring student entrepreneurs to manage all business plan documents and related communications on one unified platform and place them on the same system that investors actually use to fund such startups.
The comprehensive Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) fosters the internal collaboration process between judges to evaluate and select winners while giving the students the unique opportunity to professionally showcase their business plans and replicate the real fundraising process, carving out the information that is relevant to investors that is critical in determining a venture’s success.
Clifford Schorer Columbia Business School
David S. Rose New York
New York, NY Vancouver, BC