On Wednesday 29 May members from the UTS Startups community came together to participate in the UTS Startups Pitch Night!
UTS Pitch Night provides an opportunity to practice pitching in front of a group, get great feedback from judges and fellow members, and all around just have a good night.
The Four minute pitch category provided startups with the opportunity to pitch to the audience (supported by a pitch deck) followed up by a Q&A with judges and audience.
Jason Shone did a great job discussing “Jenny’s Problem” and how we think InTouch can help.
Our thanks go out to The judges on the night, Peter Davison, Emma Earley and Yasmeen Elkhodr who provided some great advice.
For the Cloomein team this was a great opportunity to practice our pitch for the first time, it meant a lot for us to have some validation of our idea and the feedback has given us new inspiration and momentum to get bigger and better 🙂
Thanks also to family and friends who popped in on the night.
( For the record, there was no mention of whether some slides were ‘out dated’, or not 🙂 )