For the past 12 years, the School of Business Administration has brought together executives, entrepreneurs and innovators from throughout the region and the country to discuss the trends and challenges facing business leaders today. Open to the public and offered at a discount to PSU students, the Business Briefings Series is held six times during the academic year.
Battle of the Start-upsThe Donna M. Noce PSU Venture Quest
Join us for PSU’s first all-campus pitch battle. Four teams from across the University, representing different programs and schools, will passionately pitch their entrepreneurial dream to a panel of judges for $10,000 in start-up funding! A special keynote presentation from Nat Parker and Jim Huston discusses the early days of GlobeSherpa and the role PSU played in the start-up’s success. Event will start promptly at 7:15am, please plan accordingly.
FRIDAY JUNE 6, 20147:15- 9:00amMultnomah Athletic Club1849 SW Salmon StPortland, OR 97201 (map)
There is a $20 charge to attend Business Briefings. PSU students can register for free. Registrations cannot be refunded. Contact email@example.com or (503) 725-5932 to learn how sponsors and PSU students can register with a discount code.
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