For Immediate Release Contact: Sam Hollander
FSCL Wins two awards at the Annual Panasci Business Plan Competition at the Martin J. Whitman School of Management.
Syracuse, New York: On September 12, 2020, Syracuse University announced the winners of the annual Panasci Business Plan Competition. FSCL, won second place in the Annual Panasci Business Plan competition as well as the Gilded Social Rising Entrepreneur Award.
Sam Hollander, is the Founder, and CEO of FSCL. “I am extremely grateful for being chosen as second palace in the Panasci Business Plan competition, and winning the Gilded Social Rising Entrepreneur Award, and would like to thank FSCL’s collaborators, advisors, and the entire team. Furthermore, I’d like to thank everyone who made the event possible at Whitman, and all the judges who generously offered their time and expertise.” Hollander said.
The Panasci Business Plan Competition (RVDiPrize) is an annual competition funded by a gift to the Martin J. Whitman School of Management (‘Whitman’) at Syracuse University. The prize is named after the late Henry A. Panasci Jr. Panasci was the founder of Fay’s Drugs and former chairman of Cygnus Management group, a venture capital and management consulting firm in Syracuse, NY. The program is run through the Entrepreneurship and Emerging Enterprises (EEE) department at Whitman. The Panasci Business Plan competition awards a prize for first, second and third place.
Through the Panasci Business Plan competition, four spotlight awards are granted to teams. These awards include the Fetner Prize in Sustainable Enterprise, Student CNY Business Start-Up Award, Gilded Social Rising Entrepreneur Award, as well as the Carol Nulman Social Enterprise award.
About FSCL: FSCL is creating a simple, affordable and flexible solution to finance higher education. America is in over $1.7 trillion of student debt, and FSCL is pioneering the use of Financial Technology (FinTech) and alternative finance vehicles to lessen the burden of student debt on Americans. FSCL’s vision is to transform students’ lives by reducing financial stress.