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日本一本道a不卡免费According to Taylor, MEDvising is a service dedicated to helping students improve their medical school applications. Staff of medical school students, editors and advisors edit applications for grammar and syntax as well as provide feedback on content.
"Editors will know the proper punctuation and will have an idea of what medical schools are looking for in applicants," said Taylor. "50,000 people applied for medical school in 2013, and roughly 20,000 graduated. These numbers will continue to increase."
Based on market knowledge, industry familiarity, future plans and commercialization, the guest judges determined that Skyler Taylor's pitch for MEDvising was the winner of the Idea-to-Incubator Competition.
"I think the competition is a great opportunity for them to practice what it feels like to give a voice to the vision that they've been working on, and that's the most important thing," said Shields.
日本一本道a不卡免费Shields says the Center for Entrepreneurship is planning to change the reward for next year's competition from a cash prize to money that's put aside with the Center, and finalists will get to work with the Center for Entrepreneurship as a mentor to develop their business idea.
For more information about the Idea-to-Incubator Pitch Competition, visit tianranliangcang.com/entrepreneurship/idea-incubator-competition.