What is the current status of entrepreneurship in the Bay Area and what does it take to succeed? This exciting premiere event brings the entrepreneurial, educational and civic communities together for a series of short pitches from high potential start-ups, words of wisdom from leading investor and entrepreneur panelists and plenty of networking opportunities. Pitch your company, get your questions answered, meet investors and learn about the resources available to entrepreneurs.
Matt Trevithick, Venrock
Randy Williams, Keiretsu Forum
Jennifer Matz, Mayor's Office of Economic and Workforce Development
Marya Stark, The Angel Fund & Emerge America
Dean Paul Fouts, Moderator
Ball Park Waiter
Sensory Acumen, Inc.
Achievement Marketing Consulting
Panel discussion on the State of Entrepreneurship in the Bay Area; Company pitches; Networking with refreshments provided.
This premier event in the SF Bay Area promotes entrepreneurial ventures and education―one of many ways GGU is expanding its commitment to supporting entrepreneurship in today’s exciting climate.
When & Where
Golden Gate University, Ageno School of Business
The fourth-oldest private university in California, Golden Gate University was officially established in 1901 as a place where working adults could improve and acquire skills to advance their careers. At the Ageno School of Business, our mission is to prepare students for managerial and professional careers in a broad range of business fields through innovative programs that combine theory and practical experience. We were founded on the core belief that professional qualifications are as important as academic experience. Therefore, our dedicated faculty is both academically and professionally qualified - working professionals that have done or are doing that which they teach.