Southwestern University is hosting its inaugural Pitch-a-Kid event! Come join the fun and witness unfiltered and brilliant questioning from minds that are not programmed with “business jargon.” No MBA buzzwords. No Venture Capital lingo. Just good kid questions! Can you explain your company so well that even a kid will understand it?
Pitch-a-Kid is an event where real entrepreneurs pitch their company ideas to kids!
It connects kids to entrepreneurs to improve learning, and it helps entrepreneurs refine their pitches by telling kids what they do, how they do it, and why.
- When: Saturday, October 21st, from 1 to 3 pm
- Where: F. W. Olin Building, Room 105 (Campus Map), Building 11 on map
- Parking: Available behind the chapel (Building 34 on the campus map) and in the parking lot adjacent to the Joe S. Mundy Hall (Building 10 on the campus map)
Come see these great entrepreneurs pitch their companies to a panel of kid judges:
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To learn more about Southwestern University – visit its website here.
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