Deadline To Apply For Pitch Club Grand Circus July 1

Deadline To Apply For Pitch Club Grand Circus July 1

FARMINGTON HILLS – The deadline to apply for Pitch Club Grand Circus is July 1. Sponsors for the July 25 event include Kyyba Innovations, Bodman PLC and TiE Detroit.

The select pool of the companies chosen to pitch at the monthly Pitch Club events will be provided investment opportunities in the form of presenting to the investment team of Kyyba Innovations during their quarterly Angels meeting. Investment opportunities will range from $25,000 to $100,000.

Pitch Club is a mentoring and funding program aimed at connecting the various ecosystems and smart zones throughout Michigan. Pitch Club has ongoing monthly events that provide entrepreneurs the opportunity to learn from seasoned entrepreneurs and investors.

The events are meant to educate, network, inspire and provide valuable experiences for being investable. As part of the events, 3 lucky entrepreneurs will receive the opportunity to practice their pitch and discuss business plan with funding experts, giving them a better understanding the mindset of an investor. Events are hosted monthly in Michigan cities including: Ann Arbor, Detroit, Lansing and Grand Rapids.

The July 25 event at Grand Circus will include 3 startup presentations, a pool of judges, and our special guest Sheena Monnin, TV Show Host/Reporter, Professional Speaker, CEO, Author will be the keynote speaker.


Tim Parker, President, Grand Angels

Eric Davis, Technology Investment Analyst, Automation Alley

Joe Sobieralski President & CEO, Battle Creek Unlimited

Jeffrey Rinvelt, Principal, Renaissance Venture Capital Fund

Registration and application can be found at:

By |2018-06-14T19:34:47+00:00June 14th, 2018|Entrepreneur, Entrepreneurs|

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