Monthly Archives: May 2014

  • Last year, I brought the Silicon Beach Fest to Pasadena through SBF: Pasadena, a full-day of panels and events in Old Pasadena. It was a really great day, but this year, we’ll be taking another approach. Rather than having our own day, Innovate Pasadena will be going to the Beach! Pasadena entrepreneurs and executives will be on various panels throughout the week. Here are a couple panels to watch out for:

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  • Art Center College of Design recently bid farewell to the very first graduating classes of its two newest programs; Graduate Transportation Design and Graduate Environmental Design. Like their 192 fellow spring graduates, these design students learned to solve problems “from the inside out,” crafting beautiful and meaningful projects that address specific needs. Much of the resulting student work has proven not only comprehensive and socially responsible but also highly marketable. At the spring graduation show two weeks ago, covered by the LA Times, recruiters from vaguely familiar-sounding places like Disney and Google surveyed the senior projects of highly capable and exhausted students.

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  • In collaboration with Silicon Valley Bank and Metacloud, Innovate Pasadena hosted a special mixer-turned-debate on April 10th, beginning with a presentation by Ananth Natarajan on “The Great Leap Forward.” In addition to being on the board of Innovate Pasadena, Ananth is a physician and engineer who specializes in utilization of advanced technology to solve pressing clinical problems. He presented his narrative on the history and impact of computing—from the early punch card systems to mobile and cloud computing today. We were fortunate to have more than 50 local startup CEOs and founders in the audience.

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