20231213 161810HERWeek hosted by NC CEED and the Women’s Business Center is preparing for its annual HERWeek during Women’s History Month, March 2 to 8.

NC CEED has opened applications for HERPitch training classes which is a prerequisite for participation in the HERPitch competition. In previous years, pitch winners have been awarded $2,500 to $7,500 in grants. HERWeek is a week-long celebration where we celebrate women and their remarkable contributions to our community. On HERPITCH day entrepreneurs, who completed a PITCH course and have been selected to participate, present their business idea in a 3 minute pitch to a panel of judges for the chance to win a reimbursable grant.

Hannah de la Reyes Stevenson of Rosette Visual Art was a HERPitch winner from HERWeek in March 2023. She shared her experience of participating and winning the HERPitch.

“I came to the Fayetteville Women’s Business Center to learn about running a business and I was told that there was a contest in a few weeks to win business fund money. I was skeptical about joining with it coming up so soon. But the wonderful mentors there not only encouraged me but also trained me on how to pitch a business. I am so grateful for their patience, honest feedback, and kindness," de la Reyes Stevenson said.

For businesses and entrepreneurs interested in participating in the HERWeek Pitch Prep; How to Pitch Training, starting online on Jan. 27, or seeking further information and enrollment details, please visit https://www.eventbrite.com/e/pitch-training-session-tickets-759823150497?aff=ebdsoporgprofile


This training prepares you to compete in the #HERpitch Business Pitch Competition to pitch your great idea and have the opportunity to win funding with a reimbursable grant.

Learn how to create your business pitch! In this training, we will go over:
• The basics of pitching your business
• Important things to include in your pitch
• What to expect when you compete in the business pitch competition

About Women's Business Center of Fayetteville:

The Women's Business Center of Fayetteville is a dedicated organization focused on empowering women entrepreneurs and providing them with the resources, training, and support they need to succeed in the business world.

By offering comprehensive programs and events, the center aims to foster economic growth and promote self-sufficiency in the community.

To learn more, visit www.wbcfay.org.

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