Announcing 3rd Emerging Entrepreneurs (E2) Pitch Contest on Wednesday, February 5, 2014

JFK University's Institute of Entrepreneurial Leadership, in cooperation with the Keiretsu Forum, Inner City Advisors and Chevron, has launched a new competition for entrepreneurs in the Bay Area: The E2 Pitch Contest. This event will connect emerging entrepreneurs with resources, feedback and mentoring from angel investors and community leaders. Participants pre-selected by the IEL will have 2 minutes to pitch their business idea to a panel of judges.

Wednesday, February 5 - Emerging Entrepreneurs (E2) Pitch Contest
4:30pm - 7:30pm, East Bay Center for the Performing Arts, 339 11th St, Richmond, CA 94801
Register to attend; Bay Area investors and entrepreneurs are invited to attend. Registration is free, but you need to register to confirm your attendance.

Block 1 (Judges – Raul Deju, Jen Schneidermann, Brad Winegar, and Andrea Bailey):

Viditure.inc – Disrupting how we sign documents moving forward.

PAX Pure – Closing water loops: Low-temperature desalination, done nature’s way.

Radiant Wrap – Radiant Wrap is an alternative designer gown made for Breast Cancer patients to wear during radiation treatment.

Solfice Research, Inc. – Solfice is a company that specializes in remote sensing systems for locomotive train movements to prevent collisions and derailments.

Block 2 (Judges – Lisa Oshima, Dan Miller, Tim Russell, and Vaneese Johnson):

Pubtap, Inc. – Pubtap is an intelligent utility that enhances live social experiences and drives an effective hyper-local mobile advertising solution.

Doc’s of the Bay – Doc’s is a food truck and catering company run like a startup, serving events in the tech, wine, and wedding industries of the Bay Area.

DEFINEQA, Inc. – Develop ultrasound-enabled micro-laboratories powered by simple batteries to serve the $50 billion in vitro diagnostic market.

CollectMyThoughts.com – Crowd source rating and buyer service for specific B2B industries, of which the Learning-HR industry is the first implementation.