Welcome Entrepreneurs of Fall 2015.
Canyon Angel Due Diligence Teams - Meet to review preliminary deals for analysis Wed Sept 16th. 11am - meeting in CCOB
Shark Tank start Sept 17th 5pm-6:30 CCOB
2016 Canyon Challenge will be April 13th 6pm - First Submissions by Jan 31st! $15,000+ awarded last year.
Ways to get involved:
- Pitch your idea at our monthly GCU Angel Shark Tank
- Work with other entrepreneurs to help them develop their businesses.
- Join Real Canyon Angel Investors research teams and help Real Investors decide where to put their money!
- Weekly meetings required Wed 11am CCOB Starting Sept 9th- December 2nd.
2015 Canyon Challenge - Business Plan Competition:
Check out this great article about our finalists! http://news.gcu.edu/2015/03/canyon-challenge-finalists-get-extra-incentive/ Live Streaming March 24th 1:30pm https://youtu.be/DPYraIzFzOc
Everybody is welcome to come see our Entrepreneurs Pitch in the Arena and you get a vote! How would you be an Angel Shark?
Congratulations to the Final 5 (in no particular order)
- Eddie Bear / Saunders
- Epifinder / Patel
- Smart Business / Denboer
- Prayer Package / Black
- Joblyt / Scruggs
A Special Thanks to our Sponsors:
Internships with Entrepreneurs: Seed Spot
Each Friday the seed spot office on Thomas and Central (7th floor) has "Venture Friday with presentations from 12 of their exciting new Entrepreneurs that you might be able to work with. All are welcome but there are limted spots so you must RSVP with email@example.com
The IDEA LAB is Open!
We now have a large 3D printer from Makerbot, http://store.makerbot.com/replicator-z18 If you have an idea that you want to create this is your chance to submit your idea. All students, faculty and staff are invited to test their creativity and innovation skills. You can download free software to create your own design at http://www.123dapp.com/ . Once your deisgn is ready then submit the file/image to firstname.lastname@example.org with a description and why you want to build it and IDEA will select those ideas with the most community impact based on availablity. (printing is not fast and is best for prototypes, not mass production).
We want to help you make your purpose real! Come be a part of the New GCU Maker Space Movement!
Come see the nerds and geeks in action on Campus in CAS 6-241 (we are in the glass meeting room overlooking the main walkway.