5-6 p.m. | Reception
6-8 p.m. | Final Presentations and Awards Ceremony.
Join us for the Big Bang! Business Competition Finals and Awards Ceremony
The top five Big Bang! finalists will present their pitches for 1st, 2nd and People’s Choice Awards. Additional awards include the Moss Adams Ag and Food Innovation Prize, the UC Davis Blum Center’s Big Ideas “Promoting Innovation and Social Change” Award and the ASUCD E-Fund undergraduate awards.
The five finalist teams presenting at the ceremony are:
Two early-stage companies will present their business pitch to a panel of business and investment community members. The mock pitch event is an opportunity for participants to watch a live pitch presentation.
A key element in developing your business is clarifying the problem you are trying to solve and defining your proposed solution. In this workshop, develop the initial key elements to define your business: the problem, solution, and elevator pitch. Light refreshments will be provided.
The first Big Bang networking contestant mixer is a great way to meet other members of the Big Bang community, potential participants interested in forming a team and other entrepreneurial staff, students, and alumni. Light refreshments will be provided.
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