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Connect Northwest’s session next Tuesday provides a pitch clinic

You can still start that company this year, if you sharpen your venture capital pitch.

Connect Northwest will help you sharpen the pitch at its next public meeting, from 2:30 to 5 p.m. Tuesday Oct. 30, at the McKinstry Innovation Center, on the east side of downtown.

The pitch clinic will be hosted by members of the Spokane Angel Alliance and others. The Angel Alliance has been an active promoter of Spokane-based investment planning and business formation. The session at McKinstry will focus on the basics of angel financing and how to approach investors to maximize results.

The workshop will provide:

  •   An overview of angel financing, and of the Spokane Angel Alliance.
  •   The components of an effective pitch (do’s and don’t’s).
  •    Interactive discussion with your fellow participants to work on your specific start-up messaging

Cost is $45. And you can register here:

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