The Forum is a Canadian charity that mentors, educates and empowers women entrepreneurs. For 20 years they’ve been supporting businesses big and small.
Now in its 6th year, The Forum Pitch is a program that helps women entrepreneurs navigate and fast track their funding journey.
Addressing the barrier of access to capital, The Forum Pitch gives women entrepreneurs 1:1 mentorship and access to specialized resources so they can share their business visions with confidence and secure the funding, community, and support they need for growth.
12 semi-finalists have been busy preparing for the sixth annual semi-final event on February 3rd and The Forum is inviting you to join them.
With guidance from their dedicated mentors, they’ll pitch for the chance to be selected as one of three Finalists, who will be one step closer to receiving $25,000 in funding. Tune in to find out which entrepreneurs will move forward to The Odlum Brown Forum Pitch Finale.
Whether you’re an aspiring entrepreneur, looking for inspiration as you scale your business, or just want to hear from these amazing leaders, this is an event you won’t want to miss.
Among the semi-finalists is Vancouver’s own Pocketed, a rapidly growing startup that has created an intelligent matching platform and marketplace to connect businesses to billions of dollars in grants and tax credits. Pocketed raised a $1 million seed round led by Mike Volker’s WUTIF Capital late last year.
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