Entrepreneur Association (EA)

The Entrepreneur Association (EA) fosters the entrepreneurial and venture community on campus. Working closely with the Price Center, the EA supports and drives educational and networking opportunities for all Anderson students interested in starting, joining, investing in or simply learning about early-stage startup businesses. Events include a Startup Career Fair, hands-on idea development workshops, office visits to L.A.-based early-stage companies, intimate dinners with successful entrepreneurs, a roundtable with venture capitalists and business plan competitions.

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Startup Career Fair
Recruiting event with local startups hosted by UCLA Anderson

Visits to local startups

Speaker Series
Intimate educational discussions with entrepreneurs/founders on campus

Knapp Venture Competition
Business plan competition with financial reward

Think Tank
Structured innovation series to drive new concepts and ideas in predetermined industries through collaboration of members

Cross-club/-campus mixers
Networking events with other UCLA programs as well as other MBA program’s entrepreneur and venture clubs

Lunch/dinner for eight students with distinguished alumni, sponsors and Price Center connections

VC Roundtable
Educational and networking event with prominent Los Angeles venture capital community members for students and industry professionals

Entrepreneurial Leadership Development Program (ELDP)
Provides select students with the opportunity to meet and learn from entrepreneurial CEOs and business leaders in an intimate setting, through monthly Friday meetings during the academic year. Click here for details

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