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!
- Be a women-owned business (for-profit) registered in NYC
- Review all competition Rules and Regulations
|Thur, Aug 3
|Kickoff webinar (view recording)
|Mon, Aug 21
|Thur, Sept 14
|Fri, Sept 29
|Finalist pitch videos due
|Thur, Oct 12
|2023 Awards Ceremony
Please direct all questions and correspondence to Accompany Capital at email@example.com
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.