Kathryn Kovitz Arnold, chair Taft’s Real Estate and Condominium groups, served as a member of the Preliminary Investment Committee at the fifth annual Kellogg Real Estate Venture Competition held on April 18. The competition showcased MBA students who had the opportunity to pitch ideas to Arnold and other high-profile judges.
The Venture Competition brings together student teams from prestigious international universities to pitch real estate venture ideas to a panel of high level judges, competing for $100,000 in both cash and in-kind prizes.
The primary purpose of the competition is to encourage entrepreneurial real estate ventures and serves as an opportunity to promote top student talent before prominent industry professionals.
Additionally, Kellogg’s Real Estate Conference presented a high-powered panel of experts discussing the state of the real estate capital markets, as well as related technological innovations, which was held in conjunction the Real Estate Venture Competition.