We are seeking a logo for our program.
Use this nickname: CTech.
The Columbia Technology Founder's Track (nicknamed CTech) gives technical Columbia University students the tools to become world-class entrepreneurs. This is a selective, cross-disciplinary program open to rising second-year MBA students and SEAS graduate students who are dedicated to launching and growing a tech-enabled startup while at Columbia.
Founded by Dr. Song Li PhD ‘92, the Columbia Technology Founder's Track seeks to create the next generation of world-changing technical founders. Using specialized courses, mentorship, networking, and access to the NYC startup ecosystem, we are building a pipeline of extremely highly-qualified founders.
Columbia Business School’s Eugene M. Lang Entrepreneurship Center [The Lang Center] is at the heart of the entrepreneurial, innovation, & VC communities for both students & alumni.
The Lang Center offers Columbia Business School students and alumni access to mentorship, networking, programs, funding (eg, the Lang Fund), specialized courses, and seats in the Columbia Startup Lab to enable them to become successful founders, innovators, and investors.
We are sorry if some of you misunderstood and did not read the entire description of what we seek and ended up creating a logo for our Center.
Please note, if you already submitted something about the Lang Center itself, which is the producer of the CTech program, fear not.
We could potentially reach out to you if we like your Lang Center design or if we feel that you could finesse your Lang Center design to what we need. Anyway, we have a big anniversary coming up and may do another Logo Tournament for our Center for that.
Accordingly, feel free to submit a logo for what we actually asked for which is for the CTech program where the logo integrates the C for Columbia and possible the T for Tech.
Please ask for feedback if any of the above is not clear.