Your innovation could earn you funding for your new business.
Now in its 35th year, the Knapp Venture Competition has evolved into one of the premier academic business plan competitions in Southern California. The Knapp Competition encourages Anderson students to showcase their talents and learn from insights of successful entrepreneurs and business executives. It has given more than 1,800 UCLA Anderson students a unique venture creation experience that has been instrumental in launching numerous businesses.
The competition is named for Cleon T. (Bud) and Betsy Wood Knapp, who generously endowed the program in 1997 to support this annual event and other entrepreneurial initiatives. Competition activities begin each October and culminate with the final round of competitions held in late May.
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