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Investors Told Her No, Then Gave Her $10K. What Just Happened? | Elevator Pitch [Video]

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Investors Told Her No, Then Gave Her $10K. What Just Happened? | Elevator Pitch

This episode of Entrepreneur Elevator Pitch may be about child-centric products, but no one is kidding around when it comes to cash. This week, investors Marc Randolph, co-founder and first CEO of Netflix, Kim Perell, serial entrepreneur and CEO of 100.co, and Gary Swart, Polaris partner and serial entrepreneur, hear pitches from Pincer Pal, Miss Poppins, and Wet Wipe Wizard.

00:00 – Intro
00:36 – Nicky Rishi of Miss Poppins, a marketplace that connects parents with expert coaches and a supportive community.
10:28 – Chris Danis of Wet Wipe Wizard, a system that allows for the simple and reliable delivery of Wet Wipes at the push of a button.
17:53 – Tausha LaFlore of Pincer Pal, where fun and learning come together during mealtime.

Contestants came ready with serious pitches and serious asks. Will anyone score the hundreds of thousands they’re seeking to grow their business? As Marc Randolph: “A product can’t just be useful, it has to be something that a lot of people want.”

On this family-focused episode of ‘Elevator Pitch,’ see which entrepreneur scores an unexpected payday.

Watch to find out who scores and who is sent back to the sandbox on this family-focused episode of Entrepreneur Elevator Pitch!

Going up! #ElevatorPitch #Entrepreneur

Season 11 of Entrepreneur Elevator Pitch is presented by Amazon Business.

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