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Six, student-led teams reach the finals of the Pirate Entrepreneurship Challenge

The teams will have the opportunity to take the lion’s share of $150,000 in cash and in-kind services.

Pirate Entrepreneurship Challenge winner pursues hospitality management certificate and MBA

Jamerus Payton and family celebrate the win. (ECU Photo by Cliff Hollis)

This certificate will provide me with the knowledge, skills, abilities, and network to successfully transition into the food, beverage and hospitality industry. 

Carolina Chicken and Waffles wins Pirate Entrepreneurship Challenge

Jamerus Payton and family celebrate the win. (ECU Photo by Cliff Hollis)

In 2018, Jamerus Payton was with his family in Greenville when they started talking about their legacies. They brainstormed business ideas that captured their love for each other, their families […]

Finalists set for fifth annual Pirate Entrepreneurship Challenge

The second round of this year’s Pirate Entrepreneurship Challenge on Jan. 25 saw 11 teams vie for the opportunity to move on to the finals, scheduled for 6-8 p.m. on April 6 […]

Perfect day welcomes Pirate Entrepreneurship Challenge back to campus

Blue skies, 67 degrees and 64 teams representing numerous departments from across campus all added up to a perfect setting for the fifth annual Pirate Entrepreneurship Challenge, which began Tuesday […]

’21 Pirate Entrepreneurship Challenge awards first place to cross-campus team

Dr. Mark Stacy accepts the Challenge Cannon Trophy from Dr. Mike Harris at the PEC at Rock Springs. (ECU Photo by Cliff Hollis)

Harris: “Establishing an entrepreneurial ecosystem in eastern North Carolina…an important part of the ecosystem begins on campus.”

Fourth Pirate Entrepreneurship Challenge goes virtual

Andy Gilicinski with SC Johnson cast a first-round vote during last year’s Pirate Entrepreneurship Challenge. This year, inperson first round votes were replaced with Facebook likes. (ECU Photo by Cliff Hollis)

“It was a completely different experience in this first round,” says the organizer.

COB fares well during third Pirate Entrepreneurship Challenge

Hannah Sanders and her Snap Slimes company came in second place and took home $10,000.

Entrepreneurship major takes second place and wins $10K.

Third annual Pirate Entrepreneurship Challenge kicks off

Zachary Jamison Allen with Black Pegasus Carography explains his idea for underwater mapping. (ECU Photo by Cliff Hollis)

Twelve student-led teams have the opportunity to win part of a $100K prize package.

Dates, higher prize money announced for this year’s Pirate Entrepreneurship Challenge

The first round of the the Pirate Entrepreneurship Challenge was held on the Mendenhall Brickyard on Tuesday, October 23, 2018. (Photography by Rhett Butler)

Challenge hopes to eclipse last year’s record-breaking participants

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