Are you a founder of color looking to take your business to the next level?
The PITCH, an invite-only event sponsored by Walmart and Morgan Stanley, is offering just the opportunity you need to showcase your business, connect with investors, and potentially secure new customers. The event is taking place in Silicon Valley this May, followed by New York in September and Miami in November.
With a focus on female founders and food and agriculture tech/innovation, The PITCH aims to enable investments, deals, and collaborations between founders of color and investors. If you’re an African American entrepreneur with a company in eligible categories, such as AI/ML, Healthcare/Health & Wellness, or Fintech, don’t miss this chance to influence and diversify the future of entrepreneurship. Apply now before the April 14th deadline here: https://www.cultureshiftingweekends.com/the-pitch
If you’re an entrepreneur of color looking for an opportunity to showcase your business, connect with investors, and potentially secure new customers, look no further than The PITCH.
This invite-only event, sponsored by Walmart and Morgan Stanley, is a chance for a hand-selected group of founders of color to pitch their ideas to investors and prospective clients in Silicon Valley, New York, and Miami.
The PITCH is placing an emphasis on female founders and food and agriculture tech/innovation.
However, they are also looking for later-stage private equity-type investments for one-to-one investor matching. This event is designed to enable investments, deals, and collaborations between founders of color and investors.
Criteria for selection include companies with traction (already has revenue, strong growth metrics, product market fit, and an existing customer base), and Pre-Series A or Post-Seed Round.
The PITCH is particularly interested in SAAS/B2B/enterprise technology/cloud technology companies or those with an intent to integrate or partner with Salesforce.
Categories eligible for application include AI/ML, Healthcare/Health & Wellness, Agtech/Foodtech, Biotech, Fintech, Cloud Computing, Edge Computing, Platforms, Pharma, VR/AR, Blockchain, E-Sports/Gaming, HR/Workforce Development, Social Impact, and Other.
This is an exciting opportunity for African American entrepreneurs to showcase their innovation, network with investors and potential clients, and take their business to the next level.
As an entrepreneur of color, you understand the challenges of securing funding and resources, which makes an opportunity like The PITCH all the more valuable. Don’t miss out on this chance to influence and diversify the future of entrepreneurship.
The deadline to apply is April 14th, 2023 – so act fast!
To apply or learn more about this opportunity, visit the official website of The PITCH. Remember, only those who have been accepted will be notified, so make sure your application stands out.
The PITCH is an excellent opportunity for African American entrepreneurs to pitch their ideas and gain the support and resources needed to succeed.
If you fit the criteria and have a company in the eligible categories, take advantage of this chance to connect with investors, potential clients, and strategic partners. We wish you all the best in your application process!
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