A “Shark Tank” type pitch opposition is coming to Owensboro-Daviess County on May 5. The Better Owensboro Pitch Competitiveness (GO Pitch), will attribute area residents pitching their ideal enterprise ideas to Owensboro’s sharks, community entrepreneurs, community stakeholders, and investors.
The Greater Owensboro Financial Development Company (GOEDC) and the Owensboro Modest Business enterprise Development Heart are operating with each other to host the opposition.
“This is an thrilling way for Owensboro and Daviess County to showcase the excellent entrepreneurial ideas that appear from our local community,” claimed Jamie Johnson, Middle Director at the Owensboro Tiny Business Development Middle. “This should really be a genuinely enjoyable celebration, with neighborhood groups pitching their get started up or future terrific company plan to Owensboro’s sharks, who will then be inquiring concerns and providing feedback.”
GO Pitch is now open for submissions. Any one that would like the prospect to pitch in entrance of the sharks on May 5 can fill out the Intent to Post kind on the GO Pitch web-site. All submissions will then be questioned to present a business enterprise strategy by April 1. A committee of regional neighborhood stakeholders will critique the business plans and pick out the leading 5 to pitch at the opposition.
According to the competition website, “The organization approach requires to be a short doc that outlines the elementary dilemma and solutions the business is addressing. The intent of the document is to encourage the reader that the business is feasible and could run in the actual earth. It incorporates the most exciting and important areas of the business.”
A lot more specific particulars can be found on the web page.
The firms that pitch will be suitable to acquire a first-spot prize of $5,000, and next put will obtain $2,500. There will also be a “Crowd Favorite” award of $1,500 picked the working day of the competition by the audience.
“The GOEDC thinks there is a escalating entrepreneurial local community in Owensboro,” stated Brad Davis, Vice President of Enterprise Growth at the Greater Owensboro Economic Advancement Corporation. “We are hoping that the GO Pitch competitors alongside with the prize dollars made available will continue to build and nurture that neighborhood of entrepreneurs.”
Take a look at edc.owensboro.com/gopitch for more facts, eligibility requirements, and submission info. For supplemental issues, speak to Jamie Johnson at 270-709-2338 or [email protected] or Brad Davis at 270-926-4339 or [email protected].
Other local community associates for the competitiveness involve the Greater Owensboro Chamber of Commerce, Take a look at Owensboro, the Metropolis of Owensboro, and Daviess County Fiscal Court.