Nate Alexander ('20) won the Hyperspace Ventures NextGen Pitch Competition on Oct 24. Nate won a first place prize of $1,000 for his Bubbyl medical phone case. The competition, open to all CA upper school students, was sponsored by Hyperspace Ventures and Taylor Meyer ('08). Eleven teams competed in the evening event, with second place going to Niki Vilas Boas ('20) and Becca Segal ('20) for their Wotter swimwear line and third place going to Mila Patel ('21) for her pre-imaging microchip idea. Teams were judged by a panel of local entrepreneurs.
Pictured below is Nate getting his big check and Rachel May during her pitch for a device that sends reminders to your phone when you physically get near the device.