What do we do?
We hold monthly meetings, displaying new ideas from fellow students, as well as guest speakers from the local entrepreneurial community. At each meeting, there are:
Short, 10 min presentations by students featuring a new, original idea. Some are well-developed engineering projects, while others are just an idea in someone’s head. Either way, the “Pitchers” are looking for help getting their projects moving, and feedback on their ideas.
If you want to be involved in a start-up project, but think you don’t have any great ideas – this is for you! The Pitchers want help on their projects, and you could be a part-owner in any business you come up with together. Each Pitcher has the right to setup their teams however they want – you work out the details together.
We want you! If you are interested in sharing your skills on a new project, come to one of our sessions – chances are, you will find a project to jump in on. Or, bring your own ideas, and find others to help you out. Contact us here if you’d like to reserve a spot for a 10-minute presentation.
Usually a local entrepreneur, or someone from a startup incubator in the area. A few past speakers include:
- Marc Canter, founder of Macromedia(MacroMind), creators of Flash software
- Zack Bruell, restaurateur and owner of 4 local restaurants
- Bob Johnson, VP at BioEnterprise, a medical device startup incubator
Have an idea for a great new product? Need some advice on what to do with it? Want to hear what other people are working on? Join us.