Las Vegas Student Entrepreneurs to Pitch Their Business Ideas at CES 2018
CTA, EVERFI digital learning program teaches local students entrepreneurial skills
Las Vegas – (January, 8, 2018) – Three teams of Las Vegas-area student entrepreneurs will compete at CES® 2018 – owned and produced by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA) – pitching their original business ideas to three expert technology innovators, who will serve as judges and select a winning team.
The high school students successfully completed the CTA Future Innovators program – established by CTA and EVERFI – which teaches students how to apply math and creative skills to think entrepreneurially about business. CTA is committed to addressing the nation’s current skills gap, growing the number of high-quality jobs and transitioning the country into a fully-equipped, highly-skilled, 21st century workforce.
CES is open to members of the technology industry, and attendees must be at least 18 years old.
WHEN: 10-11 AM, Friday, Jan. 12, 2018
WHERE: CTA Stage, Grand Lobby, Las Vegas Convention Center
WHO: CES attendees and media are welcome to attend. This event is not open to the general public.
JUDGES: Deena Ghazarian, Managing Partner, TargetPath, LLC (Judge)
Kyle Walker, Head of New Business Strategy, Amazon (Judge)
Ximena Hartsock, Co-founder and President, Phone2Action (Judge)
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