LeBow Student Bradley Ericson a Finalist for 2010 Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award
Bradley Ericson, the Drexel University LeBow College of Business sophomore who was named Entrepreneur magazine’s 2009 College Entrepreneur of the Year, is a finalist for Alister & Paine’s 2010 Young Entrepreneur of the Year award. Ericson is co-founder and CEO of 3SecondReceipts LLC, a company developing a platform to create manageable, itemized digital receipts to replace traditional thermal paper receipts.
The winner of Alister & Paine’s 2010 Young Entrepreneur of the Year award will be selected upon the following criteria: uniqueness, innovation, profitability, sustainability, and a revolutionary business concept. Judges for this competition include CEOs of Pyxl and PitchEngine, as well as Harvard Economist Jeffrey Miron, and winner. Alister & Paine, a digital business magazine, will announce the winner on May 17, 2010.
“I want to thank LeBow College of Business and the Laurence A. Baiada Center for Entrepreneurship for preparing me with the skills I need to successfully run my business,” says Ericson. “Without Drexel I really believe my business would not have had the growth and success it has today, and I would never have been chosen as a finalist for these competitions.”
Read Now: Ericson was recently interviewed by BusinessInsider.com on his win in Entrepreneur’s competition.