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Elevator Pitch

Entrepreneur Elevator Pitch Ep. 6: Can a Saliva Test Tell You Whether He's the One?

Contestants have 60 seconds to spit out a pitch for their product or business, and viewers can support their favorite ideas via Indiegogo.
Entrepreneur Staff
1 min read

The first 60 seconds of a pitch to investors can change the course of an entrepreneur's life. Hopeful contestants face this pressure every week on Entrepreneur Elevator Pitch, a show in which founders have just one minute to present their idea, product or business to a panel of highly-influential investors. They pitch via video conference as they ride the Entrepreneur Elevator up to the boardroom floor. Then, the judges deliberate, and if they like what they hear, the doors open. If not, they send the entrepreneur back to the ground floor without a deal.

This week, entrepreneurs pitch their solutions to a wide range of problems, from finding love to staying hydrated in bed. But will the investors see their potential? Watch episode six to find out, then head to Indiegogo to support the most creative idea.

Click here to support your favorite entrepreneur on Indiegogo

Entrepreneur Elevator Pitch in partnership with Sports 1 Marketing streams Wednesdays on entrepreneur.com. Follow Entrepreneur Elevator Pitch on Facebook.

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