Wednesday April 15, 2015

Afri-Sea Advances to the 2015 International Business Model Competition Quarterfinals

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BOYNECLARKE LLP would like to congratulate “Afri-Sea” on advancing to the 2015 International Business Model Competition quarterfinals.

“Afri-Sea” took home the first place prize in the Social stream at the BOYNECLARKE LLP Innovative Ideas Competition in February, which challenged students from post secondary schools across Nova Scotia to develop an innovative product, invention, service, business venture or community service that has the potential to make both an impact and business sense. (See BOYNECLARKE LLP Innovative Ideas Competition 2015)

“Afri-Sea”, founders Tim Cranston and Todd Mercer are competing in the 2015 International Business Model Competition (IBMC) where each year a large number of student teams from hundreds of institutions all over the world compete. The competition focuses on the process and learning that occurs while teams test their hypotheses in the real world and develop viable business models.  

The quarterfinals will be held at Brigham Young University in Utah on May 1-2, 2015.

Best of luck to “Afri-Sea” as they move on to the next phase of the competition!

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