Pitch Ypsi $5000

. February 1, 2017.
Take your business to the next level at Pith Ypsi $5000
Take your business to the next level at Pith Ypsi $5000

Have an idea for a new business or looking to grow a current business? Join the Eastern Washtenaw County community for a business plan pitch competition with a $5000 grand prize. Submit your business plan by February 13 to the Pitch Ypsi committee, five submissions will be chosen to present their pitch on Pitch Night, March 8. Not looking to pitch? Register to attend the event and support the community.

To apply visit bit.ly/pitchypsi5000
Application Deadline: February 13
Pitch Night: March 8. 5-7:30pm.
Spark East, 215 E. Michigan Ave, Ypsilant

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