Rice Business Plan Competition alumni make Forbes 30 Under 30
Seven alumni from the Rice Business Plan Competition are among the 600 men and women featured in the Forbes fifth annual 30 Under 30.
The alumni are:
–Thomas Healy, the CEO of Hyliion and 2015 Rice Business Plan Competition alumnus
–Anurag Garg, co-founder and CEO of Datus and 2013 alumnus
–John Lewandowski, founder of Disease Diagnostic Group and 2013 alumnus
–Riley Ennis, co-founder of Freenome and 2016 alumnus
–Zack Bomsta, co-founder of Owlet Baby Care and 2013 alumnus
–Jordan Monroe, co-founder of Owlet Baby Care and 2013 alumnus
–Kurt Workman, co-founder of Owlet Baby Care and 2013 alumnus
The Rice Alliance for Technology and Entrepreneurship, which hosts the Rice Business Plan Competition with that Jones Graduate School of Business, said that 32 of the competition’s alumni have been featured in Forbes 30 Under 30 since 2011.
The Rice Business Plan Competition is billed as the richest and largest student startup competition. The annual event is held at Rice University.