Business Arsenal University in collaboration with Harvard Alumni Entrepreneurs NYC & Queens College, City University of New York Campus
National Student Entrepreneurs Summit
a Free Event Supporting the Student Entrepreneur
We will take Student Ventures from Ideas to Launch (Panel Networking)
Are you ready to meet your next partner, mentor, investor and/or friend?
This conference will bring mentors and investors to meet and support the next generation of national startup founders.
Event Location: Colden Center at Queens College, City University of New York Campus, Saturday April 18th, 2020
We are proud to announce this years Keynote Speaker, Andrew Kozlovski, USC’s Class of 2018 Self-Made Millionaire and former student entrepreneur.
The Day-Long Summit, is one event you can't afford to miss, and YES, this event is FREE!
You’ll take leaps toward creating a business and connecting with the right people and resources.
At the National Student Entrepreneurs Summit you will learn How to Start, Launch & Grow a Digital Business.
Listen to actionable wisdom from leading entrepreneurs on an exciting panel tailored with student entrepreneurs in mind. Explore new ideas, learn about innovative business models. Hear the lessons learned from entrepreneurs creating organizations that are having a positive impact on the world. Our panelists will share their entrepreneurship, journey, insight and advice.
Do you have the next big idea?
If so, enter the National Student Entrepreneurs Summit Pitch Battle Competition. If you are chosen you will have 5 mins to present your product or services to a crowd of your peers and a panel of expert judges for the opportunity to win seed money and mentors for your business.
To apply for the pitch battle: email a one page synopsis of your idea, a photo and 3 min video explaining why you need a mentor and funding for your business to email@example.com.
What You’ll Learn at the Summit
How to Start and Grow an Online and Offline Business
Tips on how to build & leverage your network to access the resources you need to grow your venture
Strategies on accessing capital to start and grow your business
Ways to start and build an organization while going to school full-time
Challenges to look out for when starting a business
Tentative Schedule: 10am-5pm Saturday April 18th, 2020
Networking Party with Students, Mentors and Investors 6pm-11pm
We are expecting 2,000 student attendees
Remember, the hardest part of starting a business... is starting. Why wait?
If You Are A Student, Register ... and tell a friend