Calling all entrepreneurs

. March 1, 2016.
business-person

Calling all entrepreneurs, or anyone who thinks she has the next great idea (sorry, the pet rock has already been invented); receive feedback and constructive criticism at the New Enterprise Forum’s Pitch Pit.  Like a friendlier version of the hit TV show “Shark Tank” — applicants give a four-minute pitch about their product or business idea, and a panel of three independent judges from the local business community decide the winner based on the presentation and market feasibility. The winner will receive $100 plus the monies donated at the door. Visit the NEF website for entry forms and instructions. Audience members are encouraged to come and hear about the ‘next big thing’ before it takes off! 

5pm
Thursday, March 17
$5/suggested donation goes to winner
Spark Central, 330 E. Liberty St.
734-665-4433 | newenterpriseforum.org

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