It was a pleasure to share my pitch last week at the Squamish Lil Wat Cultural centre and participate in the Social Venture Challenge over the last 2 months.
The SVC is a mentorship based social community building program created by the Whistler centre of Sustainability that encourages growth to create new social ventures in the Sea to Sky Corridor.
The workshops and opportunity to push myself and dig further into evaluating and researching the operation and potential of where I would like to take Rubenovitch Furnishings & Co. has been rewarding to explore.
We were limited to pitch our business concept in under 3mins which was graded on value proposition, business model and pitch ( clear , concise, effective confidence, & wow factor).
Its nice to get out of my comfort zone and have the opportunity to share my passions with a larger group. Take a listen to my pitch to get a feel for a more in depth look at a sample of the operations and perspective we take with Rubenovitch Furnishings & Co.
Congrats to Keith on the win for his Gear Sharing hub concept.