The Central Valley Stock Exchange (CVSE) is a mock “Stock Exchange” event showcasing Central Valley small businesses and entrepreneurs.
Upon registering, each guest receives $1 million in CVBI Bucks that he/she can invest in any amount to any combination of companies; plus one special “golden ticket” that represents that guest’s “Super Investment” in a single industry. The “golden ticket” allows that guest to be a real “Venture Capitalist!”
During the trading session, guests take on the role of “High Stakes Investors,” and are encouraged to see demonstrations and “pitches” from all the entrepreneurs, investing their $1 Million CVBI Bucks as they see fit. Some may give all of their $1 Million to one company, while others diversify. Investors will want to invest in the companies they believe has what it takes to “make it big!”
CVSE provides a chance for local businesses and community leaders to meet and mingle with the Valley’s brightest Entrepreneurs and Start-Up Business, while enjoying excellent food and wine. Therefore, everyone benefits. CVBI, SBDC and WET Incubator gain name recognition; entrepreneurs gain potential sponsorship leads; attendees gain knowledge about new businesses and how they can benefit from their services; and the community benefits from innovation and technology that revitalizes the Central Valley.
Fun. Exciting. Enlightening. Don’t miss it!
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Central Valley Business Incubator
This event is made possible through the support of the City of Clovis. Spearheaded by Central Valley Business Incubator, Fresno Regional Workforce Investment Board & the Water, Energy & Technology (WET) Center.
CVBI is an equal opportunity provider and employer. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities. CVBI is funded in part by the Fresno Regional Workforce Investment Board. Contact: CVBI, 2911 E. Barstow MS OF 144 Fresno, CA 93740, 559-278-4540
Central Valley Business Incubator (CVBI) has over 15 years of experience in launching startup companies and expanding existing companies. Whether it’s a barrier to entry, lack of capital or poor exposure that’s holding your business back, CVBI can help direct you to the right person, tool or training to overcome these common issues. To date CVBI programs have assisted more than 16,000 entrepreneurs who have obtained over $81 million in capital, and created 9,700 direct verifiable new jobs for Central Californians.