Business

Miami

Miller Lite and Shark Tank’s Daymond John Head to Miami for Pitch Event

By | Jun 30, 2014 at 7:00 pm

The Miller Lite Tap the Future® business plan competition is coming back to Miami. Semifinalist companies from all over the country will have the chance to deliver their best pitch for a chance to win $20,000 and advance to the national finals where they will compete…

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DC

20 DC-Area Startups Selected to Present at TechBUZZ Summer 2014

By | Jun 4, 2014 at 7:00 pm

The Mid-Atlantic Venture Association (MAVA) announced yesterday the 20 DC-area startups that will be presenting at this year’s TechBUZZ Summer 2014 event. Each company will be given the opportunity to pitch their ideas to an audience of investors, tech executives, and entrepreneurs. Launched in…

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Boston

Startup Jackpot Boston Leaves Startups with Valuable Advice and a Shot at Mass Challenge

By | May 14, 2014 at 10:42 am

Last Saturday, the grassroots startup competition Startup Jackpot held an event at Boston’s WeWork South Station. Fifteen startups got the opportunity to pitch their businesses for a chance at a $4,300 cash prize, a final round interview with Mass Challenge, and a spot at…

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From TweetPhoto to SlimSurveys: How Running One Company Laid the Foundation for Another

By | Jul 2, 2013 at 1:00 pm

In life, some of us have initiative, and some of us have Initiative. If the distinction isn’t clear: presuppose that a capitalized letter on a common noun denotes “[noun] to a greater extent” or even just “[noun] squared.” For the cofounders of SlimSurveys, this Initiative…

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NYC

30-Second Elevator Pitch: 3-D Vision Inc.

By | Aug 11, 2012 at 12:00 pm

As an entrepreneur, you must always be prepared to capitalize on your lucky break.  That moment when you’re standing next to Ron Conway in the elevator, you’ll have 30 seconds to explain why your company is going to change the world – and why they need…

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30-Second Elevator Pitch: The Kick by RiftLabs

By | Jul 14, 2012 at 2:00 pm

As an entrepreneur, you must always be prepared to capitalize on your lucky break.  That moment when you’re standing next to Ron Conway in the elevator.  You’ll have 30-seconds to explain why your company is going to change the world- and why they need to…