This sponsored post is produced by KOTRA Silicon Valley.
The battle is on and the big question is: which Silicon Valley university will triumph?
This Friday, November 14, you’ll have a chance to see the top student startups from the Bay Area competing for top honors at Perkins Coie LLP in Palo Alto.
Featuring the most promising startups from Stanford, Berkeley, Carnegie Mellon University, Santa Clara, and other hot young startups, these competing teams will have the chance to pitch for $2000 in prize money in front of judges like Christine Tsai from 500 Startups and David Lee from SK Telecom Ventures.
This battle of the uni startups is organized by KOTRA Silicon Valley, a non-profit Korean government organization, who runs an incubator called UniKamp specifically designed to facilitate promising Korean university students who want to expand their startup in Silicon Valley. The idea for UniKamp Pitch Night was conceived to embrace the local student startups’ scene while opening up its doors to all of Silicon Valley. In addition to helping local student startups gain exposure, attendees will have the opportunity to mingle with KOTRA’s network of VC’s, angels and startups.
For full details of the event and to attend, please visit www.unikampkotra.org.
Use the promo code “unikamp2014vip” for a free ticket when registering. Space is limited.
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