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What does BASES stand for?

BASES stands for Business Association of Stanford Engineering Students (aka Business Association of Stanford Entrepreneurial Students)


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BUSINESS WIRE)--May 24, 2000 [pilcrow (paragraph sign)] T-RAM Advances to the Global Entrepreneurs Challenge to Compete Against the Best Business Plans in the World --Opportunity to Win $250K in Prizes The Business Association of Stanford Engineering Students (BASES), Stanford's premier student entrepreneurship group, today announced T-RAM as the Stanford E-Challenge Business Plan Competition winner.
BUSINESS WIRE)--May 17, 2000 --Conference Immediately Attracts Support from Accel Partners, Andersen Consulting, HP, Mohr, Davidow Ventures, netQbate Ventures, Silicon Valley Bank and Wingspring-- Business Association of Stanford Engineering Students (BASES), Stanford's premier student entrepreneurship group, today launched the very first global business plan competition and conference called the Global Entrepreneurs Challenge 2000.