The Lamorinda Patch, AOL's hyperlocal news site for the Lafayette, Moraga and Orinda communities, reported on SEBA's first annual "Business Idea Competition." Current students and alumni of the Graduate Business program in the School of Economics and Business Administration pitched their ideas for new start-up businesses before a panel of Keiretsu Forum investors —the world's largest angel investment network.
Patch reporter Molly O’Kane, founder of JiTBaby (Just in Time Baby), a family-centric online merchandise exchange service .O'Kane won the opportunity to present at a “ covered the event and interviewed the coordinator of the competition Associate Professor Berna Aksu, and its winnerJump Start Day," a Keiretsu Forum for early startups.
Watch video report "Bright Business Ideas Turn to Angels for Wings. More information about the competiition is available in the SEBA story "Shark Attack at Saint Mary's College of California."