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Event Recap | May 2016 

UCLA ITA Student Entrepreneur Venture Competition: 

Final Pitch Event & Networking Event

In our continuing pursuit to promote entrepreneurship across the UCLA campus, the UCLA VC Fund and UCLA Engineering Institute for Technology Advancement, in coordination with the Easton Leadership Technology Program and the UCLA Anderson School of Management were proud to host the 2015-2016 Student Entrepreneur Venture Competition (SEVC) on May 17th at Korn Convocation Hall.

This competition is all about steering interdisciplinary bridges to innovation, which is why it prioritizes teams that have formed businesses where at least one member comes from the Samueli School of Engineering and one from the Anderson School of Management.

The 5 featured teams in the Final Pitch & ITA Showcase were:

Ariento (1st place)

Dimention (2nd place)

PetSnap (3rd place)



Details of the competition and our more recent winners can be found here.

We were thrilled to welcome Adam Miller, CEO of Cornerstone OnDemand as our keynote speaker.

And special thanks to our judges! Pictured below with Ariento Founder and President, Chris Rose  (R-L):  Jim Terranova, Marla Sanchez, Marko Sokolich, and VC Fund Chair Emeritus, Michael Silton!

Event sponsors included Cooley LLP, Silicon Valley Bank, The Henry Samueli Foundation, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, SIP, Easton Technology Management Center, and UCLA Engineering SIP-ITA.

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