(North Bergen—February 4, 2016) High Tech High School Business majors participated in this year’s New Jersey Business Idea Competition, sponsored by Fairleigh Dickinson University, announced Dr. Joseph Giammarella, Principal of High Tech High School.
The 13th annual competition offers students the challenge of creating a business idea. A panel of professors and experts in business and entrepreneurship judge the competition.
Under moderator Dr. Syed Abbasi’s watchful eye, Bayonne residents Paige Finnerty, Nadia Mkanyia, and Gabriella Navas; Adrion Perez of Jersey City; Kearny resident Kevin Shi; Tim Cruz and Bansari Patel of North Bergen; and Union City resident Valery Villalobos submitted innovative, entrepreneurial concepts as part of their participation in the New Jersey Business Idea Competition.
“High Tech business majors have won this competition in the past, and I’m quite confident that our participation this year will be very competitive as well,” declares Dr. Abbasi.
The winners will be awarded scholarships of $40,000 over four years. This Annual New Jersey Idea Competition, offered by Rothman Institute of Innovation & Entrepreneurship, a subsidiary of Fairleigh Dickinson University, attracts New Jersey students enrolled in secondary schools.