Online Courses

If you think of the process of creating a pitch to investors as a continuum from 0 to 100, our goal is to accelerate the entrepreneur to at least 50 as quickly and efficiently as possible with our online, self-study courses.

Then the entrepreneur will be prepared to work with an mentor or instructor to go the rest of the way to 100, which is getting funded.

Jason Tagler
Founder, Pitch Creator

Foundation Course

for Instructors

Entrepreneurship Class at UMBC

The Foundation Course for Instructors is an online course designed to supplement the curriculum of entrepreneurship classes at colleges, universities, incubators and accelerators.

Student entrepreneurs work through the online course on their own and submit documents to their instructor for review as they progress through the learning material.  Entrepreneurship instructors use it in parallel with their existing class curriculum to: 1) teach student entrepreneurs how to pitch investors and raise capital for their businesses; and 2) prepare them for investor pitch competitions (like Shark Tank).


Links specific to this course: Course login and Password Reset

Foundation Course

for Self-Study

The Foundation Course for Self-Study is an online course designed for individual entrepreneurs who want to learn how to: 1) pitch investors and raise capital for their business; or 2) prepare their company for sale.

Individual entrepreneurs purchase this online, self-study course and then work with their mentors/advisers to get feedback on documents they create as they progress through the learning material.  While the lessons focus on companies with revenue (we call “late-stage companies”), we have included tips for pre-revenue companies as well.


Links specific to this course: Course Login and Password Reset