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Video: Enplug's Splash Oakland pitch presentation

Enplug founder Nanxi Liu gives the 3-minute presentation; Enplug wins Runner Up status

Innovation series by Kristin Karaoglu
June 12, 2014 | Comments
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Enplug was a top 5 Finalist at the Splash Oakland competition on May 6-7. Company founder Nanxi Liu gave the three-minute pitch and received feedback from the judges. Judges included: Jed Katz (Javelin Venture Partners), Josh Stein (DFJ) and Ben LIng (Khosla Ventures). Enplug competed against nearly 150 startups. Of those startups 15 were selected to present on stage in Oakland. Of those startups 5 became finalists and presented again. Enplug came in a Runner Up to OppSites. 

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