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2021 SBAC Small Business Pitch Throwdown Photos

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Thank you to everyone who participated in the 2021 SBAC Small Business Pitch Throwdown on December 2nd at Workbox!

We had a blast watching the finalists pitch their business with a hearty CONGRATULATIONS to this year's winner, Mycocycle!!

Special thank you to Kristi Ross for being such an inspiration and giving some incredible business advice to our finalists. Thank you to the judges for asking productive questions and providing constructive critique. And finally, thank you to our wonderful venture pitch committee who dedicated months of time and effort into putting this event together! It was truly a fantastic night.

Check out our Facebook page for all the pictures from the event!  https://www.facebook.com/SmallBusinessAdvocacyCouncil/posts/292814926193337 

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