The EA Conference is UCLA Anderson's largest and highest-profile student-organized event. In its 28th year, the Entrepreneur Association (EA), Harold and Pauline Price Center for Entrepreneurial Studies, High Tech Business Association (HTBA) and Easton Center for Technology Leadership welcome an audience of more than 500 students, alumni, faculty, entrepreneurs, investors and professionals to share valuable insights on current topics in entrepreneurship, critical business skills, and emerging opportunities.
The Fast Pitch competition, a perennial favorite, offers individuals a chance to pitch new business ideas to a panel of distinguished investment professionals and entrepreneurs. The event includes a series of nine panels, case study and demo of Anderson startups that cover a diverse range of industries highlighting the theme "Evolving Entrepreneur".
The EA Conference annual fast pitch competition offers aspiring entrepreneurs the opportunity to pitch their business idea in 90 seconds or less to a panel of judges, a group of distinguished investment professionals and entrepreneurs.
Learn more at the Fast Pitch page.