Generous support from our sponsors enables us to grow our entrepreneurship infrastructure at SJSU. Our talented young entrepreneurs and innovators need your financial support to develop their innovations and business ideas. Please consider lending your support to SVIC by making a financial contribution today.

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Thank you to our generous 2023 SVIC sponsors!

Benefits for all SVIC Sponsors

SVIC sponsors benefit from extensive networking opportunities and exposure to SJSU faculty, staff, alumni, and its talented student participants at the competition. SVIC presents an opportunity to scout potential interns, employees, and business partners, or promote goods and services. Additional benefits include: 

  • Enhanced public image and recognition
  • Access to entrepreneurship knowledge and expertise at SJSU
  • Networking opportunities with early stage start-up founders


(Up to $2,999)
Sponsors will receive the above benefits PLUS

  • Invitation to Sponsors' Networking Reception
  • Opportunity to judge SVIC
  • Recognition as a valued sponsor during SVIC closing ceremony
  • Company name or logo listed on our virtual sponsor plaque


($3,000 to $4,999)
Sponsors will receive SVIC Friends Circle benefits PLUS

  • Invitation to speak at the SVIC Finalist Showcase
  • Opportunity to promote their goods & services at SVIC at display table (Sponsors are responsible for bringing their own marketing collateral, banner, and signage)
  • Periodic logo projection or marketing video air time during the event


($5,000 and above)
SVIC Leadership Council sponsors will receive all the above benefits PLUS:

  • Invitation to name and present awards
  • An enhanced exhibit booth to comfortably conduct onsite interviews or private meetings
  • Targeted emailing to our students based on sponsor’s requirements (specific GPA targets, majors, clubs, or honor students)
  • Opportunity to collaborate with university leaders throughout the academic year to work on special projects or prime company’s talent pipeline

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