Elements of a Pitch Panel (left to right) Zach Shulman, Cayuga Venture Fund, Fred Barken, Angel Investor, Greg Galvin, Kionix, Lou Walcer, Kevin M. McGovern Family Center for Venture Development in the Life Sciences. Attendees listen to experienced panelists and learn about starting a company. Making the Pitch Panel (left to right) Ken Bradley, ARCH Venture Partners, Vincent Chun, Allied Minds, Theresa Mazzullo, Excel Partners, Charles Valauskas, Valauskas Corder. Building a Management Team to Operate a Startup Panel (left to right) Zoe Wang, Jun He Law Offices, Alan Paau, CCTEC, Bryant Guffey, ZetrOZ, Lee Henderson, Vybion. Startup Boot Camp attendees listen to panelists share their advice and experiences. Keynote lunch speaker, James Zhu of Jun He Law Offices, presents on the various founder issues that entrepreneurs should consider when starting a company. Attendees work in teams to develop pitches. Attendees work in groups to create and deliver pitches based on actual Cornell technologies. Budding entrepreneurs share information with their teams before making pitches. Attendees apply what they learned in the morning sessions to develop pitches. An attendees delivers a pitch. A Startup Boot Camp attendee gives a pitch and receives feedback from the audience. An attendee gives a pitch presentation at the event. An attendee delivers a pitch to Startup Boot Camp attendees. Attendees network at a reception following the event.