Canadian City MOGULS launches online startup pitch competition

Canadian City MOGULS launches online startup pitch competition

Published: 11-12-2020 14:20:00 | By: Pie Kamau | hits: 5881 | Tags:

Toronto-based City MOGULS lauched Moguls in The Making, an opportunity for startups to pitch their business in front of a panel of expert judges and live audience on December 16, 2020. Today, with a network of over 6000 entrepreneurs and growing, what started as one event has now blossomed into a thriving, supportive, and empowered community of entrepreneurs and leaders.

Entrepreneurs, inventors, and startups are invited to submit their business ideas to City MOGULS for a chance to present on the live virtual stage. 6 Finalists will be selected to pitch their business on December 16, 2020 6pm EST to a panel of expert judges including Michael Hyatt, Co-founder of Bluecat and principal at Hyatt Family Office, Eva Lau, Founding Partner at Two Small Fish Ventures, and Iman Bashir, Founder at ItsNu and Scriber. Pitches will be broadcasted live, receive feedback and winners will be announced in the same evening. 

The winner will receive:

  • $500 cash prize 
  • 1 year of MOGUL Membership, which includes:
  • Access to Workshops and Webinars every month with expert entrepreneurs
  • Access to 2 MOGUL Crews: Mastermind Series
  • Monthly virtual networking events
  • MOGUL Member feature opportunity
  • Opportunity to host a workshop
  • Member-only Facebook Group and portal
  • Library of member-only resources and courses
  • A ticket at half off to The MOGUL Awards 2021 
  • Value $1500


Victoria Marshman & Dani Kagan, Co-founders, City MOGULS: "We launched our first virtual pitch competition to let entrepreneurs know that they still have the community's support. Providing opportunities for our community to stay connected, get access to mentorship and funding, and continue to grow, has never been more important. Our vision has always been to build a community of mission-driven entrepreneurs who support one another and give back to the world, and converting our programming online was an absolute necessity for our community to not only survive through this time, but thrive."

City MOGULS will be accepting submissions for the pitch competition up until Friday December 11th11:59 pm EST. For more information on how to enter, including contest rules and regulations visit here.