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An Excellent Titan Fast Pitch

All the way back in 2014 John Chi was a finalist in the Titan Fast Pitch competition thanks to his great idea, for sure, but also for how excellent he was at pitching his idea. John knew his idea front to back and was able to take that knowledge and boil it down to its essence in a compelling way.

Any student that is looking to start their entrepreneurial journey and earn a part of some scholarships at the Titan Fast Pitch on October 21 should watch this great example from John Chi:

What did John do right?

He got to the value proposition, or the “why”, at the beginning. John introduces his concept with a question about what do you do when your body starts to wear out. It’s a powerful question and it immediately grabbed the audiences’ (and judges’) attention. Stem cells are the answer and he launches into a concise explanation of how his business, Synova Life Sciences, will use a person’s own stem cells to help them regenerate lost tissue and feel better.

Along the way during his rapid-fire delivery John talks about the market size, which is large, what his business model (how he will make money) is, and his key partners. It’s a masterful performance and John has taken that performance on the road and has been very successful at other competitions as well.

And John is still developing his concept. As you can imagine, stem cell therapy is not a business you start overnight, but John did get his start in part thanks to his experience at the Titan Fast Pitch.

That is the power of competitions like the Titan Fast Pitch. It helps you get started. (And if you’re worried that you can’t do as well as John did my advice would be to not be. Practicing your pitch will certainly help as will developing your idea. Just remember that this competition, as with everything in life, isn’t a cul-de-sac for your entrepreneurial aspirations. It’s merely a point along the line that hopefully ends with you creating something awesome!)

If you are interested in competing in the Titan Fast Pitch we couldn’t be happier. Make sure to sign up today and if you have any questions we are happy to answer them and help you start your life as an entrepreneur. Please send all questions to csufentrepreneurship@fullerton.edu and we will respond as soon as possible.


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For more details on CSUF Entrepreneurship:
http://business.fullerton.edu/Center/Entrepreneurship/

For more details on how we help people become entrepreneurs:
http://business.fullerton.edu/Center/Entrepreneurship/Incubator

For more details on how CSUF Consulting can help businesses thrive:
http://business.fullerton.edu/Center/Entrepreneurship/Consulting

Attend one of our events for entrepreneurs or sign up for a free mentoring session:
http://bit.ly/CSUFEntrepreneurEvents

Knowledge @ CSUF Entrepreneurship video series:
http://bit.ly/csufknowledge

CSUF Startup Featured in OC Register

In this edition of the CSUF Entrepreneurship Insider Director John Bradley Jackson highlights the progress that a startup two of our students founded a year ago has made and how the first step to becoming an entrepreneur is telling people about your idea (A great place to do that for current university and high school students is at the Titan Fast Pitch competition on October 21!).

Last week, the OC Register featured a startup founded by two of our recent graduates. The startup, Wecademi, was founded by Brent Maxinoski ’17 and Cayman Elkin ’17 in our CSUF Entrepreneurship classes. Their mission is to help students pass the most difficult classes they will take. To learn more about these two I urge you to read the OC Register article and watch the interview that we did with them over the summer.
These are still early days for Wecademi and I expect there are many chapters yet to be written about this business. But their journey is underway and I am hopeful that it will have a good ending for Brent and Cayman.
Entrepreneurship is interesting because there is no obvious path to for an entrepreneur to follow. Every entrepreneur has to figure things out as they go but, as we teach in class and the CSUF Startup Incubator, there is a process for figuring out that path.
But entrepreneurs must still take that first uncertain step into the unknown and a good first step to take is to tell people about your idea. For current university and high school students that first step can be the Titan Fast Pitch competition that we are hosting on October 21. Or that first step could be simply talking to people you already know and trust. Whatever the case, I have found that openly discussing your ideas give them nourishment and help them grow.
If you have an idea for a business I would welcome the opportunity to discuss it with you.
Sincerely,

John Bradley Jackson
Director and Professor
CSUF Center for Entrepreneurship, CSUF Consulting,
& CSUF Startup Incubator

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Big Things are Happening this fall for CSUF Entrepreneurship

In this edition of the CSUF Entrepreneurship Insider we make a big announcement! Make sure to sign up to be a CSUF Entrepreneurship Insider to make sure that you can be an active member of this growing entrepreneurial community.

For Cal State Fullerton’s entrepreneurship students the semester is already well underway. Many of them will be meeting with their CSUF Consulting clients soon and they are also already hard at work developing businesses in their New Venture Launch and New Venture Creation courses. They are busy!
And it’s an exciting time for many other reasons as well.
I’m happy to announce this year’s Titan Fast Pitch competition on October 21. At this competition, university and high school students have the opportunity to present their business concepts to our judges. It’s an exhilarating experience for the students as they only have sixty seconds to present their concepts. Why sixty seconds? It’s certainly not enough time to fully explain everything a potential investor or partner needs to know about a business but we chose that amount of time because it is approximately the amount of time an entrepreneur has to initially pique someone’s interest in their concept.
And, as many great speakers have said in the past, it is much more difficult to boil down the essence of what it is they are talking about into a short amount of time than it is to talk at length. What we are looking for in this competition are students who have given enough thought to their concepts so that they can articulately impress upon our judges the importance of their concepts.
We are also excited about the continued growth of the CSUF Startup Incubator. As of this writing, we have accepted a total of 26 startups into our incubator to help them go from concept to launch. This semester, our students will be consulting with a handful of these startups to help them work through their concepts and develop robust startup plans alongside the expert mentoring that these startups receive from CSUF Startup Incubator staff and their startup coaches.
Additionally, we will be hosting a wide range of seminars and office hours at the CSUF Startup Incubator and at the CSUF Irvine campus. Take a look below to see the full list of opportunities we have for members of the CSUF Entrepreneurship community.
We hope to see you soon!
Sincerely,

John Bradley Jackson
Director and Professor
CSUF Center for Entrepreneurship, CSUF Consulting,
& CSUF Startup Incubator

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Titan Fast Pitch Synopsis + Upcoming CSUF Entrepreneurship Events

Here is one of the finalists presenting during the Lightning Round at the Titan Fast Pitch.

Here is one of the finalists presenting during the Lightning Round at the Titan Fast Pitch.

Every week, we update CSUF Entrepreneurship Insiders on what is going on in our community. To make sure that you do not miss these updates and to learn about how you can get involved in our entrepreneurial community make sure you become a CSUF Entrepreneurship Insider. What follows is the weekly update that includes links to the Titan Fast Pitch Synopsis and our upcoming events


Following up on my update to CSUF Entrepreneurship Insiders from last week, we have published a full Titan Fast Pitch Synopsis. In it, you will find a full summary of the competition and some fantastic insights from attendees. I must reiterate how grateful I am to our community for all of their amazing support! We could not have done this without you.

Moving forward, we have a couple of interesting events coming up in the next couple of weeks that I think are very valuable for entrepreneurs like you. On Wednesday, November 17 at 6pm at the CSUF Startup Incubator (Placentia) we have a talk titled Learn How to Get Started Using Big Data in Your Startup to Make Big Money. Businesses, no matter how large or small, are harnessing the awesome power of Big Data to better serve their customers, create innovative solutions, and, yes, make more profit. In this talk attendees will learn what Big Data is and how to leverage it for their startups.

Why you Can and Should Start your Side Hustle Immediately is a talk on campus on November 17 by entrepreneur and TED Talk veteran Damon Brown. Damon will give this talk twice that day, once at 1:00pm and again at 2:30pm. During this talk, he will go into great detail about the three crucial strengths that every entrepreneur possesses that enables them to launch successful passion projects. Damon’s books about entrepreneurship will also be available for purchase at both talks.

Sincerely,

John Bradley Jackson
Director, CSUF Center for Entrepreneurship

Competition among businesses is more fierce today than ever before and the reason why is data. Every business, no matter how large or small, has access to more data than any business from just a few short years ago. Data on customers, economic indicators, investing opportunities, and everything else you can possibly think of is only growing and the intelligent business leader is leveraging this knowledge explosion.
How can you, as an entrepreneur, small business owner, or leader of a corporation, harness this great power? In this talk at the CSUF Startup Incubator, you will learn what Big Data is, how you can access it, and the best practices for mining all this data to help your business thrive.

CLICK HERE TO RESERVE YOUR SEAT AT THIS EVENT ON WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16 @ 6:00PM

Believe it or not, we already have most of the skills we need to create our passion-driven business. So why aren’t most people pursuing their potentially profitable ideas? They are intimidated by the small gap in their skill set. In this immediately actionable talk, Damon shares how to easily traverse that gap and explains the three crucial strengths every successful entrepreneur possesses. It is an inspiring talk for both potential entrepreneurs and ambitious upstarts.

If you want to get the most out of your life as possible then you owe it to yourself to attend this talk.

Damon will be giving this talk twice on November 17. Click the time below that works best for your schedule to reserve your seat.

CLICK HERE TO RESERVE YOUR SEAT AT THE 1:00PM TALK

CLICK HERE TO RESERVE YOUR SEAT AT THE 2:30PM TALK

Being successful with online marketing can make the difference between success or failure for your business.

That is why we are very happy to bring in Jason Khoo for office hours! Jason is the Marketing Director at Ron Wave Design and he has given a talk at the CSUF Startup Incubator titled: “An Entrepreneur’s Guide to SEO” (video here).

CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS AND TO MAKE AN APPOINTMENT

For over 24 years, Professor Jeff Longshaw, MBA, MSBA, has been a business management and communication consultant, teaching proposal writing and composition to companies to improve their win rate.  While he has managed and participated in over 20 large scale proposals for Westinghouse, Lockheed, Bath Ironworks, General Dynamics and others; he has also produced business plans for start-up companies.

CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS AND TO MAKE AN APPOINTMENT

Dave Kinnear is one of our great mentors at the CSUF Startup Incubator who will be holding office hours to answer your startup and strategy questions.

Dave Kinnear is a Business Advisor, Mentor and Executive Leader Coach.  Through his affiliation with Vistage International, Dave convenes and facilitates peer advisory boards of Business Owners, Company Presidents, General Managers and Chief Executives dedicated to becoming better leaders who make better decisions and achieve better results.

Center for Entrepreneurship Board Member, Andrew Carroll, has a ton of financial and accounting experience he will share with anyone who visits him during his office hours later today. Click below to find out how to visit him during his office hours.

CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS AND TO MAKE AN APPOINTMENT

The CSUF Entrepreneurship Alumni host a business roundtable on the third Thursday of every month at the CSUF Startup Incubator and all are encouraged to attend these free meetings. Bring your entrepreneurial ideas, challenges, or just sit in and listen!
The CSUF Entrepreneur Roundtable features a fantastic group of mentors with impressive backgrounds so that every participating entrepreneur will get tremendous feedback on what they are working on. Don’t be shy! This can turn out to be one of the most consequential entrepreneurial events you ever attend.
Upcoming CSUF Entrepreneur Roundtables:

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR FUTURE MEETING DATES

Get Involved with CSUF Consulting and the CSUF Startup Incubator
Whether you are a professional who gets satisfaction from being a mentor to someone who wants to work in a startup as a team member or are interested in investing in some of our thriving startups; we want to hear from you!
To join our large professional network you don’t have to be an alumni but we need your expertise and hard work to help make Northern Orange County (especially Fullerton) a strong startup community! Please take a minute to tell us about yourself so we can properly welcome you into the CSUF Startup Community.

“The students did a great job of digging deeper than necessary to get a grade and worked the issues as if for their own company.”

James L. Breese, President, WestLand Engineering Co
To find out how we can tailor a project to fit your business’ needs contact our Client Project Specialist, Charlesetta Medina at (657) 278-8243 or to request an application email entrepreneurship@fullerton.edu.
 
#CSUFEntrepreneur #CSUFStartup
For more details on CSUF Entrepreneurship: http://bit.ly/CSUFEntrepreneurship
For more details on how we help people become entrepreneurs: http://bit.ly/csufstartup

Attend one of our entrepreneur events or sign up for a free mentoring session: http://bit.ly/CSUFEntrepreneurEvents

Titan Fast Pitch Synopsis

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Terrell Bolden (L) and Armando L. Cordero (R) from Cal Poly Pomona won 1st place in the university track at the Titan Fast Pitch

As more than 500 people began filing into the conference hall at the Titan Student Union, it was clear that the competition for this year’s Titan Fast Pitch would be fierce. In excess of 150 university and high school students from many different SoCal schools were among those who attended the event and they all came with the hope that their business concept would be good enough to earn them one of the scholarships available to the top competitors.

One of these students was Zolma Beltran, a freshman from Cal State Fullerton, who entered the competition in search of experience and real-time feedback for her plan. She had originally been reluctant to enter the competition, but thankfully her business management teacher urged her to go so that she could learn from the experience and the feedback she would receive.

“I first heard about this competition from my professor and didn’t want to go. But after some convincing I felt that my idea centered around everything that I believed in. I felt that regardless of what the outcome of the competition was this would be a good experience for me,” said Beltran.

Beltran was one of many competitors and in order to judge that large of a number of students we brought in many business leaders from the local area who volunteered their time to judge the students’ pitches. Many of these judges are seasoned entrepreneurs who have successfully started their own businesses and the feedback that they would give to the competitors would be very valuable.

Bob Scheussler, a first time judge for the competition, was excited to see such a great turnout and looked forward to helping students improve their ideas.

“It is exciting to see young and enthusiastic people here today at the event. I have been in business all of my life and I look forward to what these competitors will bring, and how I can help them,” said Scheussler.

As the competitors and the rest of the audience took their seats, CSUF Center for Entrepreneurship and CSUF Startup Incubator Director John Bradley Jackson kicked off the competition. He began by thanking all the students and judges who came out and led the crowd in a calming exercise to help ease their nerves before presenting.

After outlining the rules of the competition, Director Jackson explained that the competition would consist of two main rounds. For the first part, students would enter the Bullpen Round and have the opportunity to present their business idea multiple times to individual judges. This would enable the competitors to build their confidence and gain critical feedback from a wide variety of different business leaders. Each of the judges would then rank the students based on their performance as well as the cohesiveness of the plan as pitched within the minute allowed competitors for presenting.

The second round would be the Lightning Round and it would feature the top ranking students and would have them present to an elite panel of judges in front of the entire audience. Lightning Round judges included: Dan Black, Michael Sawitz, Karl Freels, Ash Kumra, David Morris, Alicia Lopez, and Bill Taormina.

Here we have a university student getting ready to pitch her idea to one of our judges at the Titan Fast Pitch

Here we have Sydney Nelson from Santiago Canyon College getting ready to pitch her idea to one of our judges at the Titan Fast Pitch

After Director Jackson’s welcome, Asha Bhattacharya came to the podium to encourage the competitors and give them some last minute tips. As the winner for the high school track last year, Asha knew the stress that some first time competitors felt as they waited to give their sixty second pitch. Her reassurance and presence at the event helped immensely in conquering people’s nerves.

“I remember being in this position and being super nervous last year. Now I am telling you to be confident and it is very inspiring to be able to help out.… As long as [you] are confident in what [you] are saying you will do great!” said Bhattacharya.

Armed with those encouraging words the competitors started giving their pitches. As they moved from judge to judge, the nerves of the students began to wear off and confidence took over. While waiting to present to a judge, students went from quietly going over their lines to speaking with one another and helping other competitors with their pitches. Students from all walks of life came together and helped one another regardless of what age or school they came from; this kind of experience is what truly makes the Titan Fast Pitch so memorable for students.

After the competitors had multiple opportunities to pitch their concept to the judges the Bullpen Round came to an end. With the Bullpen Round closed, students and judges were encouraged to reach out to one another and network as the votes were tallied by the officials. The networking session proved valuable as students collected business cards and began to socialize with the judges and discuss their business concepts in a more relaxed manner. Interspersed into this networking session was an opportunity drawing where competitors could win prizes such as a Fire Tablet, Amazon gift certificates, or even riding lessons sponsored by the BirdDog Group.

Once the votes were tabulated Director Jackson retook the stage and he began announcing the names of the competitors who would be competing in the Lightning Round. Loud cheers from the crowd erupted as the finalist, four each from the university and high school tracks, lined up before their turn on the stage.

During the Lightning Round, competitors had a minute to re-pitch their concepts to the panel of elite judges and audience members. After each pitch, the judges were allowed to ask questions about the plan and give feedback. As the last finalist finished the judges moved to a separate room to discuss their thoughts about who had the best and most feasible plan.

Once the Lightning Round judges had made their decisions, Director Jackson took to the stage to announce the winners of this year’s competition. For the high school track, Theresa Palczewski and her team won 1st place for their business concept. And for the university track, Armando L. Cordero and Terrell Bolden from Cal Poly Pomona won 1st place. The announcement of the winners was met with a loud round of applause from the audience.

When speaking with Theresa from the high school team they felt amazed that their plan had won compared to everyone else at their level. They felt that this event was an amazing experience. The both agreed that they would be coming back again next year.

“This has been a really fun experience for us both. It was great because we were able to pitch our idea in a safe environment which really helped us feel more comfortable when presenting.… We definitely want to come back again next year!” said Theresa.

The winners of the university track had a very exciting concept and the judges and potential investors spoke to them about the future plans for the scooter they pitched during the competition. As they spoke, Terrell Bolden, the CEO of B2C, stated that the event and the school were excellent avenues for helping them improve what they had created.

“I love the idea of getting feedback from college professors [and veteran entrepreneurs]… it really is a great opportunity for us and I hope that this will help bring our product out to the public and convince them to buy it,” said Bolden.

As the day came to a close and the room began to empty, Director Jackson remarked to the volunteers and judges about how proud he was that the event was a success. As one the hosts of the event along with Director Radha Bhattacharya of the CSUF Center for Economic Education and Will Taormina of the National Startup League, Director Jackson allowed himself a moment to take pride in the success of the Titan Fast Pitch and is hopeful for what the students will accomplish in the future.

“I am very pleased by the diversity of the audience, the middle schoolers from the Anaheim School District [who participate in our STEM Inc. program] did a terrific job and did just as well as the upperclassman in presenting their ideas…. To me, entrepreneurship is people making changes both big and small for the betterment of our world…. It takes a lot of guts to present an idea and lose but the students here today did an amazing job! I look forward to seeing them expand on their ideas in future competitions.”

For those CSUF students who missed this year’s Titan Fast Pitch, there will be a chance to pitch your concept this spring semester at the CSUF Business Plan Competition on April 7th. (More details on this are forthcoming; make sure to become a CSUF Entrepreneurship Insider so that you won’t miss the announcement.)

Thank you to all who came and made the Titan Fast Pitch such an amazing event!

Here are some pictures from the competition and some more details about the competition are below.

University Track Top 4

  1. Armando L. Cordero and Terrell Bolden from Cal Poly Pomona – FromB2C
  2. Brent Maxinoski from CSUF – WeCADEMi
  3. Sam Smith from CSUF – Community Ink
  4. Bon Huynh from CSUF – Realreplies

High School Track Top 4

  1. Theresa Palczewski & Paige Bagne from El Dorado – Shower Saver
  2. Kimberly Gonzalez from Western High School – CHS
  3. Alexis Gamero from Western High School – Fusion
  4. Mateo Sandoval & James Liu Tang from Lost Altos High School – PencilBox

Lightning Round Judges

  • Dan Black
  • Michael Sawitz
  • Bill Taormina
  • David Morris
  • Karl Freels
  • Alicia Lopez
  • Ash Kumra

Sponsors

University Scholarships Awarded

  1. $1,500 + Interview by Entrepreneur Media Startup Youngry
  2. $1,000
  3. $500
  4. $250

High School Scholarships Awarded

  1. $400
  2. $300
  3. $200
  4. $100

Edit on November 8: This story has been updated to include the schools and the startup names for the winners at both the high school and university levels.


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For more details on CSUF Entrepreneurship: http://bit.ly/CSUFEntrepreneurship

For more details on how we help people become entrepreneurs: http://bit.ly/csufstartup

Attend one of our entrepreneur events or sign up for a free mentoring session: http://bit.ly/CSUFEntrepreneurEvents

The Titan Fast Pitch was a Success!

The winning university team at the Titan Fast Pitch

The winning university team at the Titan Fast Pitch

This year’s Titan Fast Pitch was the biggest yet with well over 500 people in attendance! It was a thrill seeing all of the student-entrepreneurs pitching their innovative business concepts to our all star judges. By hosting competitions like the Titan Fast Pitch our goal is to encourage and inspire tomorrow’s business leaders to think creatively and embrace a career path that will have a positive impact on their lives and, by extension, on the community as well.

While we haven’t had the time to do a full write up of the event yet I can tell you that the winning concept at the university level was from a team led by Terrell Bolden (pictured with his partner above). Their concept involved technology that makes commuting short distances much more efficient.

What follows is the weekly CSUF Entrepreneurship Insider report. If you haven’t done so already, please make sure to sign up for this weekly email from Director John Bradley Jackson so that you can keep up to date on all the entrepreneurial and educational opportunities that are on the horizon at CSUF Entrepreneurship.


I am very happy to report that the Titan Fast Pitch was a great success!

We had over 500 people attend this year’s competition including more than 150 competitors from universities, high schools, and even middle schools. Each competitor was able to give their sixty second business pitch to at least three different all star judges during the Bullpen Round and the top ranking individuals or teams from the university and high school tracks got the chance to pitch their concepts to our elite judges during the Lightning Round. It was a blast!

A big THANK YOU to everyone who was able to be involved with the Titan Fast Pitch. We could not have had such an amazing event without you.

A full write up of the event should be published this week but we have already posted some photos taken by Amerika Bernal ’15 to our Facebook Page.

Sincerely,

John Bradley Jackson
Director, CSUF Center for Entrepreneurship

PS: Happy Halloween!

Center for Entrepreneurship Board Member, Andrew Carroll, has a ton of financial and accounting experience he will share with anyone who visits him during his office hours later today. Click below to find out how to visit him during his office hours.

CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS AND TO MAKE AN APPOINTMENT

For over 24 years, Professor Jeff Longshaw, MBA, MSBA, has been a business management and communication consultant, teaching proposal writing and composition to companies to improve their win rate.  While he has managed and participated in over 20 large scale proposals for Westinghouse, Lockheed, Bath Ironworks, General Dynamics and others; he has also produced business plans for start-up companies.

CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS AND TO MAKE AN APPOINTMENT

Dave Kinnear is one of our great mentors at the CSUF Startup Incubator who will be holding office hours to answer your startup and strategy questions.

Dave Kinnear is a Business Advisor, Mentor and Executive Leader Coach.  Through his affiliation with Vistage International, Dave convenes and facilitates peer advisory boards of Business Owners, Company Presidents, General Managers and Chief Executives dedicated to becoming better leaders who make better decisions and achieve better results.

Being successful with online marketing can make the difference between success or failure for your business.

That is why we are very happy to bring in Jason Khoo for office hours! Jason is the Marketing Director at Ron Wave Design and he has given a talk at the CSUF Startup Incubator titled: “An Entrepreneur’s Guide to SEO” (video here).

CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS AND TO MAKE AN APPOINTMENT

The CSUF Entrepreneurship Alumni host a business roundtable on the third Thursday of every month at the CSUF Startup Incubator and all are encouraged to attend these free meetings. Bring your entrepreneurial ideas, challenges, or just sit in and listen!
The CSUF Entrepreneur Roundtable features a fantastic group of mentors with impressive backgrounds so that every participating entrepreneur will get tremendous feedback on what they are working on. Don’t be shy! This can turn out to be one of the most consequential entrepreneurial events you ever attend.
Upcoming CSUF Entrepreneur Roundtables:

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR FUTURE MEETING DATES

Get Involved with CSUF Consulting and the CSUF Startup Incubator
Whether you are a professional who gets satisfaction from being a mentor to someone who wants to work in a startup as a team member or are interested in investing in some of our thriving startups; we want to hear from you!
To join our large professional network you don’t have to be an alumni but we need your expertise and hard work to help make Northern Orange County (especially Fullerton) a strong startup community! Please take a minute to tell us about yourself so we can properly welcome you into the CSUF Startup Community.

“The students did a great job of digging deeper than necessary to get a grade and worked the issues as if for their own company.”

James L. Breese, President, WestLand Engineering Co
To find out how we can tailor a project to fit your business’ needs contact our Client Project Specialist, Charlesetta Medina at (657) 278-8243 or to request an application email entrepreneurship@fullerton.edu.
 
#CSUFEntrepreneur #CSUFStartup
For more details on CSUF Entrepreneurship: http://bit.ly/CSUFEntrepreneurship
For more details on how we help people become entrepreneurs: http://bit.ly/csufstartup

Attend one of our entrepreneur events or sign up for a free mentoring session: http://bit.ly/CSUFEntrepreneurEvents

Directions to Titan Fast Pitch

Top university finishers at Titan Fast Pitch Competition with judges and hosts of the competition.

Top university finishers at Titan Fast Pitch Competition with judges and hosts of the competition.

We look forward to seeing you at the Titan Fast Pitch this Saturday! Here are some points to help you find your way:

Registration: Opens at 12:30pm; you do not need to bring your ticket, just give the person your name and they will check you in. If you haven’t had a chance to reserve a spot in this competition there is still time to reserve a spot.

Titan Fast Pitch: 1:00pm to 4:00pm (scheduled)

Location: Titan Student Union Pavilions, Cal State Fullerton

Parking: Parking at Cal State Fullerton is free on the weekends (only for spaces that don’t require a special permit, pay spots, or any other spot that looks to have a sign designating it as a non-normal parking spot). We recommend parking in the State College Parking Structure.

Here’s a map with the recommended parking structure and Titan Student Union highlighted.

We look forward to seeing you on Saturday!