Last month, Master’s of Business Administration students from the Michigan State University Broad College of Business brought their best entrepreneurial ideas to the second annual Broad MBA Business Plan Competition, held Saturday, March 23, at the Wharton Center.
A team of first-year MBA students in the supply chain concentration captured second place, winning $2,500 in funding for their concept SEVA. Meaning “to help” in Hindi, SEVA aims to improve efficiency in India’s agricultural supply chain. Team members included Gaurav Badkar, Pianpian Lan, Jaimin Patel, Matt Penti, and Samir Raval.
Congratulations to the team and their winning concept!