Are you ready for the Titan Fast Pitch? You should be!
Over the last eight years, we have challenged thousands of students from universities, high schools, and middle schools all over Southern California and beyond to come up with the most compelling business pitch possible. That remains the same.
But there are some changes this time around. For starters, the competition is going virtual. While we will all miss the frenetic atmosphere of having hundreds of people packed in the Titan Student Union, the Titan Fast Pitch competition will still be a launch pad for many students who maybe weren’t sure about taking an entrepreneurial path with their lives.
For information on how to submit your 90 second pitch by October 17, about the competition in general, and how to give your best business pitch, please go here: http://bit.ly/TFP2020competition
For the educators reading this, or anyone else who would like more information about how to develop a great concept and put together a 90 second pitch, we have put together some extra resources for you, including PowerPoints, articles, and video lectures for you here: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1U1nBkY0uRy_7ukyYWcAXhhhMdn1tkliR?usp=sharing
If you’re not a student or an educator but would still like to participate as a judge, please sign up here: https://forms.gle/wodeKK5ny9nH2X2n6
Past Titan Fast Pitch Posts
If you’re interested in reading up on what previous competitions were like please go to this link: https://csufentrepreneurship.com/?s=titan+fast+pitch
Finally, as you can tell, this competition is an excellent way to get students started on their entrepreneurial journeys. It takes a lot of work and funds to host events like the Titan Fast Pitch. If you would like to sponsor this competition, please get in touch with us right away by sending an email to us at email@example.com. By being a sponsor, you and/or your company will have pride of place in marketing materials and communications that will be seen by more than 20,000 people in the SoCal entrepreneurship community and by many students.
John Bradley Jackson Director, Professor
We are dedicated to helping the next generation of entrepreneurs develop the skills that they need to compete locally and globally. The CSUF Entrepreneurship program does many things,