Join us for this workshop and gain expert advice on your 2-minute pitch! 🎤 10 companies will have the chance to pitch to our panel of Entrepreneurs in Residence and receive constructive feedback. Even if you are not pitching, sitting in on this session will be valuable to hear pitching tips and best practices. The first 10 companies who submit will get to pitch, so register now! 🙌
➡️ If you would like to pitch: please submit your name, company name, company website, and the link to your LinkedIn profile when you register for the event here on Luma. Those who do not submit these materials will not be considered to pitch, however are welcome to join the session and learn by watching others pitch and receive feedback. Prepare to give a 2-minute pitch about your company (without a pitch deck), and you will receive 3 minutes of practical and thoughtful feedback from our EIRs.
PLEASE NOTE: Registering and submitting to pitch does not guarantee you a spot to pitch. If you are selected to pitch, we will notify you by December 7th via email. Please reach out to [email protected] if you have any questions.
Meet Our Pitch Judges: Grid110's Entrepreneurs in Residence ⬇️
Over the last 10 years, Joe Magee has helped create multiple companies from content, consumer to B2B. Along with starting companies, he's also been fortunate to buy one and sell one. Most recently he's been angel investing and advising companies while he starts his next venture.
Avery Pollick is a product and operations expert who, after launching new products for Google/Nike/Adidas/Aflac chose to pivot out of corporate innovation to the startup world. Driven by various opportunities working with womxn entrepreneurs in particular, she founded a consultancy to focus on their needs - embedding herself in startups to support building teams, maturing business strategy, roadmap prioritization, and propelling growth.
Trevor Wilkins is a proud Chicagoan, taco enthusiast and startup operator at heart. His passion for the startup world began his Junior year in college when he developed a platform that rewarded students for academic achievements with a group of friends. Before his current position, Trevor helped Quake Capital open their Los Angeles office, and he now works as ScaleHealth’s head of growth. In addition, he runs a patient monitoring platform and mentors companies from LA to NYC.