Blog & News

June 2018

We launched a FREE mini-course called, “Why a Read Me Pitch is more important than a slide deck when pitching investors.” Click this link to check out this FREE report:

FREE mini-course – Why a Read Me Pitch is more important than a slide deck when pitching investors

May 2018

We created a FREE report on the, “Biggest Mistakes Entrepreneurs Make When Pitching Investors.” It reveals 9 common mistakes and insider secrets that could save you countless hours and hundreds of thousands of dollars when you are pitching investors!  Click this link to get access to this FREE report:

FREE Report – Biggest Mistakes Entrepreneurs Make When Pitching Investors

 

May 2018

We are excited to add the  Frederick County Office of Economic Development as a Learning Program Partner as they use our courses for Hood College, FITCI (their incubator) and ROOT, which is the county’s new business and technology cultivation center in downtown Frederick.  You can read more in this  City Biz List  article.

January 2018

Our Foundation Course was featured in an Inc. Magazine online article! Click this link to check it out:

Entrepreneurs Finally Have a Secret Weapon to Creating Pitch Decks

January 2018

We expanded our partnership with the University of Baltimore, which is using our online courses in multiple programs including the following: 1) Rise to the Challenge  spring pitch competition, 2) Attman Business Competition, which is UB’s version of Shark Tank,  3)  Entrepreneurship Fellows Program, and 4) Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation.

January 2018

University of Delaware will use our online, self-study course in the Horn Center for Entrepreneurship and to prepare students for their Hen Hatch Competition, which provides entrepreneurial students, alumni, faculty, and staff with the opportunity to make connections and collect feedback on their ideas while competing for startup cash and prizes totaling $100,000.

December 2017

The Johns Hopkins Carey Business School will use our online course in multiple entrepreneurial finance classes taught by Professor Jim Kyung-Soo Liew.

December 2017

Loyola University of Maryland will use our online, self-study courses in multiple entrepreneurship classes in the spring semester to help prepare students for their Pathways to Innovation Program, in their entrepreneurship center, and for their Building a Better World Through Business event.

October 2017

The University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC) will use our online, self-study courses in the Alex Brown Center for Entrepreneurship for the entrepreneurial finance class taught by Professor Jason Pappas

 

March 2017

CEO Pitch Coach announces it will be re-branded as Pitch Creator in a  City Biz List  video interview.