Submit your Content / Event

Welcome to the UCI Entrepreneur Center’s submission hub. Here, you can share your content or event with our community.

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Digital Presence & Engagement

In an ever-evolving digital landscape, establishing a potent digital presence and robust engagement isn’t just a trend—it’s a necessity. Both businesses and individual brands thrive when they resonate with their online audience, creating lasting impressions and fostering trust.

Who Can Submit

UCI Alumini

ANTrepreneur Staff

ANTrepreneur Community Members

Process Overview

01.

Create your content.
For example: Article, Video, Podcast

02.

Submit for review.

03.

Get your content published.

Who can submit content or events to the UCI Entrepreneur Center?

We welcome submissions from external community members, internal employees, and alumni. Whether you have an exciting event, valuable content, or a compelling story to share, we encourage you to submit!

How do I submit my content or event?

To submit your content or event, visit our submission page and complete the relevant form based on your affiliation (external, internal, alumni). Fill in the required details, and our team will review your submission.

Is there a fee for submitting content or events?

No, there is no fee for submitting content or events to the UCI Entrepreneur Center. It’s a free opportunity for community members, employees, and alumni to share their valuable contributions.

How long does the approval process take?

The approval process duration may vary, but we aim to review submissions promptly. Typically, it takes a few business days to a week. If you have specific timing requirements, please let us know in your submission.

Can I edit or withdraw my submission after it's been submitted?

Yes, you can edit or withdraw your submission before it is approved. Once approved and posted, you’ll need to contact us for any necessary changes.

What are the criteria for content or event approval?

 Our approval criteria include relevance, quality, and alignment with our community values. We aim to showcase content that adds value to our audience and aligns with our mission.

Can I submit multiple events or pieces of content?

Yes, you can submit multiple events or pieces of content over time. We encourage continuous contributions from our community members and alumni.

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