The Social Enterprise Pitch Competition is a Columbia Business School cross-campus (open to all Columbia University affiliated schools) event hosted by CEO and SEC, where students pitch their startups and/or startup ideas and are judged by a panel of social enterprise professionals, social entrepreneurs, and social impact VCs. Winning groups will receive prize money to help further their venture. Pitches will be judged not only on model scalability, but also quantified social impact measures. This competition is open to non-profit and for-profit startups. Ventures of all stages (concept, pre-launch, post-launch) are welcome to submit an application. The event is supported by The Eugene Lang Entrepreneurship Center and The Tamer Center for Social Enterprise.