Lauder alumna wins NYC Next Idea Global Venture Competition!

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Recent Lauder alumna Annie Wang just beat out 240 teams from over 50 countries to win the prestigious NYC Next Idea Global New Venture competition! Annie is the co-founder of Senvol, a 3D printing start-up that has been breaking the status quo in its industry. Everyone at Lauder sends a huge congratulations to Annie and her Senvol partner Zach Simkin. To read more about the competition and Senvol please visit http://www.nycedc.com/press-release/nycedc-announces-senvol-winner-nyc-next-idea-global-new-venture-competition. Annie graduated from Lauder in 2013 and was a member of the French program. Prior to Lauder she served as an Associate at Pace Harmon and during her time at Lauder she completed an internship with the Estee Lauder Companies in Shanghai. Annie previously was featured in Wharton Magazine for her experience in the third annual Lauder Culture Quest.

Annie joins the ranks of many accomplished Lauder entrepreneurs, including Davis Smith and Stephan Jacob who recently founded Cotopaxi, an outdoor gear e-commerce company with a humanitarian mission. Prior to launching Cotopaxi, Stephan was the founder & CEO of venture-backed Kembrel.com, and Davis Smith was the founder of Baby.com.br. Both Davis and Stephan recently visited Lauder and Wharton to share their entrepreneurial experience with our students.