On Wednesday, 25 entrepreneurs from around the country are in Stamford, Connecticut, for a competition. By day’s end, a few will walk share $135,000 to take their business to the next level. Their road to get there has been most unusual.
The women actually traveled that road in Uber cars. It’s hard for women to get in front of investors. But last month female entrepreneurs in five cities were able to call special Ubers that arrived with an investor inside. They had 15 minutes to make their pitches. We rode along in a New Haven Uber to see what it takes to impress an investor.
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