Five KTC Attorneys Helping to Boost the Next Generation of Seattle Businesses through the UW Business Plan Competition

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Karr Tuttle Campbell knows the importance of encouraging the next generation of entrepreneurs. Five of our business and technology attorneys are devoting their time to foster the growth of ideas among graduate students at the University of Washington’s Foster School of Business. Alex Modelski, Stephen McKay, Sherman Helenese, George Treperinas and Chris Weinmann will all participate as judges or coaches in the four-round Business Plan Competition over the course of the next two months.

Karr Tuttle Campbell has a long history of involvement in a multitude of community and nonprofit programs, including many education-focused programs like the Consumer Education and Training Services (“CENTS”), Seattle Angel, a nonprofit organization that brings together startups and angel investors in both investment and education, and the King’s High School Mock Trial Program, among others.

The University of Washington Business Plan Competition is the marquee event for the Buerk Center for Entrepreneurship at the Michael G. Foster School of Business. In the past 17 years, the Business Plan competition has awarded over $1.5 million in prize money to 128 student companies and brought together over 400 members of our community in judging, mentoring and sponsoring students. For more information about the UW Business Plan Competition, click here.

Karr Tuttle Campbell is a full-service law firm based in Seattle. We are committed to the cost-effective and aggressive management of clients’ business assets. We are one of the oldest law firms in the area, having served the Northwest since 1904. More information about the firm can be obtained through Jessica Hales, (206) 224-8146, or by visiting the firm’s website at www.karrtuttle.com.