21 August, 2023
12:52 am
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Brand Yourself for Success

Can your NYC business use $25,000?

Are you seeking funding to take that business to the next level?


Apply before August 21 and you could win up to $25,000 by participating in PITCH TANK, a free business pitch competition sponsored by NYWIB and Accompany Capital.


Click the button below to fill in the application form and apply. 

Note: Deadline For Applications: Monday, August 21 or first 300 submissions


VIEW the recording of the Kickoff webinar on August 3 to learn what we’re looking for in a winning application.

PITCH TANK Competition Overview

To enter, submit an online application by Monday, August 21st that describes you, your business – whether it’s early-stage or established – and why you think you should win!

If you are selected by our judges as one of our 12 semi-finalists, we’ll ask you to send us a 3-minute video pitch for the final round. Those semi-finalist videos will be shown during the PITCH TANK 2023 event on October 12th, when we will announce the winners.

The two top prize winners will each receive $25,000 – chosen on the basis of the quality of their business plans and their video pitches. The two runners-up will each receive $10,000, an additional finalist will receive a $5,000 prize based on community impact, and one finalist will be chosen by the live audience to win $5,000!


Key dates

Thur, Aug 3 Kickoff webinar (view recording)
Mon, Aug 21 Application deadline
Thur, Sept 14 Finalists notified
Fri, Sept 29 Finalist pitch videos due
Thur, Oct 12 2023 Awards Ceremony

Please direct all questions and correspondence to Accompany Capital at pitch2023@accompanycapital.org

This pitch competition is presented in partnership by New York Women in Business, SCORE NYC and Accompany Capital, thanks to a generous donation from the Equitable Recovery Program Grant (ERP) as part of the CDFI Fund at the US Department of the Treasury.

By registering you’ll be subscribed to SCORE NYC/ NYWIB and Accompany Capital’s email lists.


SCORE is funded in part through a Cooperative Agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration. All opinions, conclusions, and/or recommendations expressed herein are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the SBA.

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