CDAE Student Semi-Finalists Vying for Meyers Cup

A group of students standing outside of a red brick building with the Grossman School of Business sign on it.

Congratulations to three Community Development and Applied Economics (CDAE) students who are members of two teams that were chosen as semi-finalists for the Meyers Cup.

The Meyers Cup is an annual competition in the UVM Grossman School of Business to help fund the businesses of outstanding undergraduate entrepreneurs. The goal of the competition is to select, mentor, and finance UVM undergraduate students to create new Vermont-based businesses.

CDAE is represented in two of the four semi-finalist teams. The students are:

  • Lucy Powell, with Sew Up.
  • Aidan Connolly and Dan Hibbs, with Accessible ADU.

The Meyers Cup finals will be held on April 25, 2024. The grand prize winner will receive $212,500 in cash plus in-kind services from local organizations, including dedicated desk space at a local entrepreneurial co-working space as well as pro bono accounting, legal, and business development services.

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