HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) — Harrisburg University crowned the winners in its first startup competition, similar to Shark Tank, where entrepreneurs pitch their ideas to investors.
Cred-Q, an alternative credit scoring platform, won first place — a prize of $2,500 and Fair Play, which is developing a video game controller, won second place.
Each participant had eight minutes to pitch their idea, followed by a 2-minute question and answer with the judges. Seven finalists from a group of 25 competed on Tuesday.
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