Gustie Tank

 

Want to make the world a better place? Have an idea that could improve lives? Test it out at the Gustie Tank!

Gustie Tank brings together students from across the campus who are interested in developing entrepreneurial ventures. Students pitch ideas, audience decides the winner, winner gets $50. 

You get 4 minutes to convince the audience why your idea should win. No need to register, just come and pitch! Not ready to pitch? Come to cheer others. Each Gustie Tank night starts with pizza.

Gustie Tank Promo from Carolyn Draayer on Vimeo.

Most recent Gustie Tank took place on October 15th, 2015. Below are the winners: Lise Arakaza '18 and Benissa Uwamwiza '18 (second and third form the left). Lise and Benissa pitched "ID on your phone" idea. 


Also in the picture: Michaela Schulz '17 and Matt Boyce '16 - student entrepreneurship leaders who managed the event. Thanks to Carolyn Draayer '15 for supplying this great picture.


For more information contact Matt Boyce <mboyce@gustavus.edu>

If you want to learn more about the previous editions of the Gustie Tank, see this post in the The Gustavian Weekly. 

Helpful resources: 

Shark Tank Best Pitches: Strategies

David S. Rose: How to pitch to a VC

 
 
 

Peter Thiel: Competition Is for Losers