2020 i.Invest Second Place Winner - AmityConnections
"The i.Invest Business Competition was an amazing journey that helped us to learn, grow, and develop as young entrepreneurs and make an impact on the world through our health technology startup. Oftentimes, as high schoolers, the entrepreneurial journey seems tough and even impossible at times. But, the i.Invest Competiton fueled our passions by providing us with invaluable connections, experiences, and opportunities."
2019 i.Invest First Place Winner - Studiously
"i.Invest is a uniquely nurturing and enriching opportunity for young entrepreneurs, aspiring innovators, and budding disruptors. Truly exceptional is the essential level of advice, mentorship, and rigor experienced through i.Invest—a long-term experience incomparable to any other youth innovation competition today."
2019 i.Invest Second Place Winner - Bikeware
"Participating in the i.Invest National Youth Business Competition has been a pivotal experience for my business. When I first applied, my company didn't have much of a growth strategy and there were still quite a few unanswered questions. Throughout the 6 month process, I was able to develop the business model, learn from industry professionals, and answer many of those questions. I loved listening to all our speakers during the mentor session and meeting our incredible judges!"
2017 i.Invest Youth Business of the Year - PrepUP
“The i.Invest competition was an amazing learning experience. What really makes it different is that, over the course of six months, the companies progress and iterate while being guided by mentors. i.Invest provides the mentorship and feedback young start-ups need when they are initially pivoting and choosing a track to follow.”
2017 i.Invest Second Place Winner - Face the Facts
"i.Invest allowed us to pursue our desire to mix our passion for entrepreneurship and statistics to create a company dedicated to spreading social good. With mentors who were always prepared to aid us at any step in the process, we found that creating a company was not as daunting or complicated as we had expected. We’re extraordinarily thankful, as this would not have been possible on our own."