Pitch competition pits area entrepreneurs against each other for cash prizes

Pitch competition pits area entrepreneurs against each other for cash prizes

Ada Jobs Foundation wants to help local entrepreneurs turn their ideas into thriving businesses and have a little fun in the process.

The Big Pitch–Ada is a competition designed to provide a platform for entrepreneurs to pitch their business ideas to a panel of judges and compete for cash prizes money.

The ideas pitched do not have to be new or untested. A competitor’s business idea can be conceptual, or it can be a startup that is already up and running. It doesn’t matter what stage a competitor’s idea is in — officials with Ada Jobs said they want to hear it.

“A show can never be great without a great audience,” Ada Jobs officials said in a prepared statement. “So even if you are not participating in the competition, we invite you to join us at the event to encourage your local entrepreneurs and have a great time.”

Ada Jobs will host a social networking party after the competition, during which competition winners will be announced.

“The goal is to eat, drink, be merry and talk all things entrepreneurship,” Ada Jobs officials said. “Stay tuned, registration will open soon.”

For more information on The Big Pitch–Ada, contact info@growada.com.

Contact Carl Lewis at (580) 310-7520, or by email at clewis@theadanews.com.

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Carl Lewis is the editor of The Ada News. He's an aspiring photographer, an unabashed fan of Apple products and an avid coffee swiller. Contact Carl at (580) 310-7520, or by email at clewis@theadanews.com.