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JCSU Scholars Pitch Business Ideas to Investors

 JCSU Scholars Pitch Business Ideas to Investors

Radijah Hudson, a participant in the Impact U college entrepreneurial program at the Packard Place start-up incubator, will pitch her business idea to investors August 6th at 5:30pm during Demo Day at Johnson & Wales Auditorium.

Geoffrey Griffin

Geoffrey Griffin participated in Queen City Forward’s college incubator  this summer with Hudson.

Radijah Hudson at Packard Place

Radijah Hudson will pitch her business idea during Impact U’s Demo Day. Photo: Stephen Graddick

Hudson, a JCSU dance and math major from Baton Rouge, is co-founder of PhenomX, a dance and fitness studio. She will be among eight students to pitch their ideas at the 5:30 pm event to angel investors, peers, and community members. Along with Hudson, JCSU alumnus and former Innovo Scholar Geoffrey Griffin will pitch his finance app idea. Innovo Laboratory is an initiative of JCSU’s Smith Institute for Applied Research. Come out and support Radijah and Geoffrey!

Radijah Hudson pitches PhenomX

Innovo Scholar and JCSU junior, Radijah Hudson invites you to Demo Day.

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