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Over the past five years, MBEP has brought people together to solve problems and do grand things that they cannot do on their own. MBEP’s 4th Annual State of the Region was another compelling gathering of leaders from across the region and the state with relevant topics that inspired collaboration and action. Attendees learned about innovations in housing, transportation, and exciting new technologies, tools, and models that are coming to our region.
Santa Cruz Works is proud to sponsor Slug Tank 2019: UCSC’s very own student business pitching contest. For budding student innovators and entrepreneurs, this is the chance to bring their dreams to fruition. Each team will get 5 minutes to present their ideas to our judges from Santa Cruz and the Silicon Valley - ranging from founders of billion-dollar empires, to industry experts, to venture capitalists and investors, and compete to win $3000 in prize money.
Come see and hear stories / lightning talks from local photographers, videographers, drone operators and more…
This is a half day course where you will learn to build an Alexa app. Details and tickets at: Build Alexa App
Santa Cruz Works is proud to sponsor the 4th annual Technology of Today and Tomorrow (TTT) Conference. The TTT Student Conference is UCSC's only student run, student focused engineering conference. Established in 2016, the Technology of Today and Tomorrow Conference brings companies directly to the Santa Cruz Campus, connecting students to tech industry professionals. These companies showcase their latest developments and reveal future careers paths for up and coming tech enthusiasts. This year, companies from the Silicon Valley and Santa Cruz will present diverse topics ranging from artificial intelligence to biotechnology.
General Magic: The side of Silicon Valley you never see, General Magic, the multi-award-winning documentary, is a tale of how a great vision, a grave betrayal and an epic failure changed the world.
The Impossible...Possible: Drako, Modarri, Marc Randolph, Joby Aviation, Onewheel, Mayor Martine Watkins
What do you need to build a business from dream to reality? Grit? Timing? Talent? Cosmic vibes? All of the above?
Hear the stories of local entrepreneurs who started with an impossible dream, and made it possible. Get the scoop during a Fireside Chat with Marc Randolph, co-founder of Netflix and board member of Looker, and his new book "That Will Never Work": the untold story behind Netflix. Drew Meyer / Amazon will host the Fireside Chat.