Skowhegan is launching a enterprise lab and pitch competitiveness

SKOWHEGAN, Maine — Principal Avenue Skowhegan is seeking for progressive business people or founded enterprise owners wanting to increase their operations for its new enterprise lab and pitch competition.  

The small business lab, which gives participants a 7-week program at the Skowhegan Center for Entrepreneurship beginning Oct. 1, will conclude with a pitch levels of competition in which possible company house owners present their company strategies. The winner will get $5,000 from Major Avenue Skowhegan, a nonprofit centered on revitalizing the city.

Pitch competitions are a popular way for entrepreneurs and startups to enter the financial investment world and establish connections with organization gurus. Competitions via Dirigo Labs in Waterville and the Maine Centre for Entrepreneurs in Portland lose light on inventive ideas and creators, in addition awarded countless numbers of dollars to winners to jumpstart their designs. Major Road Skowhegan sees its variation as a layer of aid for nearby business people and longtime firms that could also spur new enhancement in and about Skowhegan.