AYZH Inc. Wins Second Camino Real Venture Competition
March 8, 2010
EL PASO -- A Colorado State University team won the second Camino Real Venture Competition held at UTEP last week.
AYZH Inc., a proposed venture to provide technology solutions for rural women, won the competition, $5,000 in cash, other prizes and a spot in Global Moot Corp.'s business plan competition in Austin in May.
Second place, and $1,500, went to the University of New Mexico's Santa Fe Health Software team. The proposed venture is to provide electronic medical records for rural doctors' offices and clinics.
Eight teams from five universities, including two teams from the University of Texas at El Paso, presented business plan proposals to judges last Friday and Saturday.