#127 Nectir: The Classroom of the Future
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by Vox Media
1w ago
Kavitta Ghai struggled in school due to autism and ADHD until a positive experience with a college professor transformed her academic journey. Convinced this was the future, she launched a startup to make classrooms more accessible. Now, she just needs a VC to lead her $3 million seed round. Will Kavitta pass the test with the investors in The Pitch Room? Featuring investors Cyan Banister, Charles Hudson, Elizabeth Yin, Mac Conwell and Paige Finn Doherty. ... To invest with the VCs on The Pitch, join our investor community at thepitch.fund Founders can apply to pitch at our next recording even ..read more
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Season 11: We're Bringing the Heat
The Pitch
by Vox Media
1M ago
The Pitch is back for season 11! Recorded for the first time in front of a live studio audience, we invited the top startup founders and VCs from across the country to join us in Miami. Visionary founders will pitch everything from pants you can pee in, to Airbnb for churches. And it wouldn’t be 2024 if we didn’t throw in some AI and alternative investments! Tune in to season 11 to hear the true story of how venture deals get done. And this season, a LOT of deals get done. Watch FULL episodes on YouTube this season @thepitchshow. Invest with us alongside top VCs via The Pitch Fund. Learn mor ..read more
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#126 Handle: The Uncut Pitch
The Pitch
by Josh Muccio
5M ago
For our season 10 finale, we’re trying something crazy. We’re giving you a full pitch from start to finish with no editing whatsoever! Founder Chase Robbins presents his snack delivery business, Handle, to investors Paige Doherty, Neal Bloom, Elizabeth Yin, Mark Phillips and Charles Hudson. Will they back this college dropout who promises on-campus deliveries in 15-minutes or less? Or will they steer clear of a space that's seen billions of VC dollars go up in flames? You can also watch the Handle pitch on YouTube. To learn more about Chase's snack delivery startup and the investors featured o ..read more
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#125 Locker: The Future of Online Shopping
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by Josh Muccio
5M ago
Online shopping was supposed to make things easier. But with so many options, it’s also made our shopping experience more fragmented than ever. Kristine Locker set out to fix that with her social shopping app Locker. However, her target demographic is a couple generations behind most VCs. Can Kristine convince investors she has the solution to a problem they don’t experience or will they abandon this startup in the cart? You can also watch the Locker pitch on YouTube. Today’s investors are Beck Bamberger, Al Bsharah, Jillian Manus, and Howie Diamond. To learn more about Kristine's retail tech ..read more
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#124 ECGO: Turning Trash Into Treasure With AI
The Pitch
by Josh Muccio
5M ago
Ever stood at the recycling bin wondering, “Is this cup really recyclable?'' Enter Nicole Toole, the founder of ECGO, an AI-powered app designed to tackle this confusion. With ECGO, you snap a photo of any item, and the app will tell you how to properly dispose of it. But as mind-blowingly awesome as this is, the investors wonder how much money can you really make from trash when you’re selling to universities.  You can also watch the ECGO pitch on YouTube. Today’s investors are Elizabeth Yin, Erica Wenger, Jillian Manus, Martin Tobias and Charles Hudson. To learn more about Nicole's recy ..read more
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#123 Outlines: A Venture Backed Shower Curtain?
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by Josh Muccio
6M ago
Luke Barkley Young was tired of two things: companies that don’t take responsibility for products they put in the world and moldy shower liners. So he created Outlines, a circular subscription for all your home essentials. Their first product is a recyclable shower curtain. But it’s a rough environment out there for direct to consumer products. Will the VCs invest in Luke’s big vision for replenishables – or would that just be pouring money down the drain? You can also watch the Outlines pitch on YouTube. Today’s investors are Beck Bamberger, Al Bsharah, Jillian Manus, and Howie Diamond. If yo ..read more
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#121 Ride iQ: Peloton for Horses
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by Josh Muccio
6M ago
Cofounding sisters Kinsey and Jessa Lux think they’ve found the next big opportunity in sports tech, audio lessons for horseback riders. But the equestrian market is way smaller than say, running or cycling. Is a passionate market enough to excite investors, or is Ride iQ too niche to become a billion dollar business? Today’s investors are Beck Bamberger, Al Bsharah, Jillian Manus, and Howie Diamond. To learn more about Kinsey and Jessa's equestrian startup and the investors featured on this episode, check out the Ride iQ show page. And for a deep dive on the companies featured on the show, su ..read more
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An Invite to The Pitch Miami?
The Pitch
by Josh Muccio
6M ago
To all the investors and founders listening, join us in Miami this January. Go to thepitchevent.com to learn more and request an invite to The Pitch Miami. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices ..read more
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#120 Bevz: A Tech Bro Walks Into a Corner Store...
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by Josh Muccio
7M ago
Jason Vego wants to disrupt an industry so old school he has to sell door to door. Yet somehow his SaaS platform for convenience stores boasts a 95% conversion rate from free trial. Another number comes up in The Pitch Room though, Jason’s ownership percentage in Bevz. Will this founder win over the investors or get the door slammed in his face? To learn more about Jason's startup and the investors featured on this episode, check out the Bevz show page. And for a deep dive on the companies featured on the show, subscribe to The Pitch Insider. Enjoying the podcast? Use this link to text a frien ..read more
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#119 Amateur Golf Society: Venture Capital vs. Private Equity
The Pitch
by Josh Muccio
7M ago
Dan Hershberg loves golf. So much so that he founded the Amateur Golf Society – a PGA-style tour that any golfer can participate in. The investors think his flexible tournament model is a hole in one. But things get complicated when they discover a majority of the company is owned by a private equity firm, not the founder. Will the VCs and the PEs come together for the love of golf? Or will this deal land in the bunker. To learn more about Dan's golf startup and the investors featured on this episode, check out the Amateur Golf Society show page. And for a deep dive on the companies featured o ..read more
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