MedRisk CEO Honors Business Plan Competition Winners at NASDAQ


King Of Prussia, PA ( -  MedRisk CEO Shelley Boyce honored winners of the Wharton Business Plan Competition prior to the NASDAQ closing bell in New York today. MedRisk is a leading managed care company specializing in the physical rehabilitation of injured workers.

Boyce, who received her MBA at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, chairs the Wharton Entrepreneurship Advisory Board, which is considered one the most influential centers of entrepreneurship in the world. The Wharton School was the first to develop a fully integrated curriculum of entrepreneurial studies in 1973.

The Wharton Business Plan Competition spans the entire academic year beginning in September, with the selection of the student team who manages the competition, and culminates in late April with the venture finals. This year, more than 230 venture ideas were submitted during the competition with participation by more than 430 students representing nine schools across the University of Pennsylvania. 

Jean-Mathieu (Jim) Chabas and Venkat Jonnala, whose ZenKars' business plan received the Perlman Grand Prize at the 2013 Wharton Business Plan Competition, rang the closing bell. Developed while the co-founders were second year MBA students at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, ZenKars is an online service connecting used cars from corporate directly to consumers.


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