Networking events let startup entrepreneurs practice pitching

Story excerpt provided by The Columbus Dispatch.

Written by Kelsey Husnick.

A weed-killing invention, a grocery-store app that helps shoppers find items on their shopping list, a podcast for high-school students — the business ideas are diverse. But they’re typical of the range of pitches presented at a SunDown RunDown event. You never know what’s going to be thrown out or who’s going to be listening.

Anyone with an idea — no matter its stage of development — can give a five-minute business pitch at the monthly meetings held by its chapters, including in Columbus and New Albany, after work at various bars.

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Originally published August 13, 2015.

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