The 2nd annual CU Venture Challenge is upon us. If you have a CU identification card, have a great idea and want free mentorship and potential funding if you win, then check it out.
November 11th kicks off a presentation by Paul Berberian talking about how to pick a good idea and whether or not it is worth starting a business around it. The event will take place in the law school’s large courtroom at 6pm, with networking to follow.
The New Venture Challenge continues to ramp up Nov. 18 with “Pitch Day,” where entrants will deliver short pitches about their business ideas and network to round out their teams with expertise from CU programs ranging from engineering and liberal arts to business and law. The pitches begin at 6 p.m. in the ATLAS Building, room 100.
More information can be found here.