Startup World Cup ("SWC") offers innovation and entrepreneurship opportunities for startup ecosystem around the world. This platform consists of a global series of startup conferences and competitions that bring together phenomenal startups, VCs, and world-class tech CEOs. Cherry-picked startups worldwide will
SoCal Startup Day is on February 26 in Hangar 244 at the Great Park. FundingPost, the organizer, is expecting over 500 people and 150 investors -- with the goal of bringing together the entire SoCal entrepreneurial ecosystem, including angel groups, VCs,
The San Diego Innovation Council (SDIC) invites you to participate in the 2019 San Diego Innovation Showcase, a full day of company presentations and networking, with high quality investment opportunities in the software, engineering, clean tech, agricultural and life sciences
NEWS: Silicon Valley Bank Issues 10th annual Startup Outlook Report. Mostly Optimistic, With Some Caveats….
Silicon Valley Bank has issued its 10th annual Startup Outlook Report. The 2019 report includes the perspectives of nearly 1,400 technology and healthcare founders and executives, primarily in major innovation hubs across the U.S., the U.K., China and, for the
Details 2019 is going to be a pivotal year for OC Tech Happy Hour. Each month we will be having a social mixer at an exciting venue in Orange County with the usual OC Tech Happy Hour hospitality you've come to expect.
Startups in a wide variety of fields, including telecommunications/5G; blockchain; entertainment/media and artificial intelligence (AI) can apply to pitch to a panel of judges at a global event taking place in L.A. in September. The deadline to apply for the
OC Startups Now will periodically run Q&A’s with interesting entrepreneurs and key players in the OC startup/innovation ecosystem, in their own words. This Q&A features Richard Sudek, Ph.D., chief innovation officer and executive director at UCI Applied Innovation. UCI Applied
What do startup execs really need before they pitch to investors? That’s precisely the question that Tech Coast Angels (TCA) of Orange County asked in planning its annual celebration of entrepreneurship. The answer it received: more coaching and feedback. And, less