TEC is announcing its annual Graduate Pitch Competition for May 2020 (date TBD). Cash prizes of $750 and $150 will be awarded to the first and second place teams respectively. The pitch is a two-part event: Ken Rother, one of our judges, will first host a workshop via zoom on how to give a pitch. Even if you don’t have an idea/startup in mind, you are welcome to join this workshop.
Date and time: April 8th, 5 – 6 PM.
Zoom link: https://zoom.us/j/705007880
Ken’s bio: Ken is a career entrepreneur with decades of experience in tech entrepreneurship (CV). In addition to teaching appointments in both Cornell’s College of Business and College of Engineering, he is the Managing Director at eLab and the Director of Hardware Entrepreneurship at REV, among several other active engagements. He shares his expertise with us via an interactive, nuts and bolts lesson on how to prepare and deliver a pitch to investors.
Pitch competition eligibility: Startups/ideas can be in any area with a focus on technology, and teams must be composed primarily of grad students. Teams selected to pitch will be notified, with preference given to early-stage ideas and submissions from non-MBA students. More details will be provided later.
Please reach out to Alec Ernst, (email@example.com) with any questions.