Washington Startups Can Apply To Compete For Investment Award
It’s not too late for Washington State startups to apply to compete for a $100,000+ investment award during the 2019 Flywheel Investment Conference. The Conference is Thursday, April 18 in Wenatchee, Washington. The application deadline is March 1, 2019; to apply visit www.flywheelconference.com/apply
Any Washington state company looking for funding is encouraged to apply. In addition to the $100,000+ investment award, one of the finalists will be voted audience favorite and win a $5,000 cash prize. Additional benefits to applying and attending the Conference include: company recognition in the Conference program, discounted ticket prices, and an opportunity to connect with investors from around the Pacific Northwest.
All industries will be considered; the only requirement is that the company is a Washington State business. Six finalists will pitch their business to an audience of investors, entrepreneurs, and community members during the Flywheel Conference. Immediately following the presentations, the Flywheel Fund investors will select one winner who will receive an investment offer during the conference’s after-party event.
The Flywheel Investment Conference is directed by the non-profit organization GWATA and presented by Moss Adams, Ogden Murphy Wallace, Confluence Health, and Microsoft. Tickets are open to the public and on sale now at www.flywheelconference.com/tickets. Early bird pricing is available until March 1, 2019.
About the Flywheel Investment Conference
The Flywheel Investment Conference is an annual full-day event that generates momentum and resources for early stage companies. The Flywheel Conference is a unique opportunity for angel investors, venture capitalists, entrepreneurs, startups and community members to come together to connect, learn, and develop resources for building companies. Held in downtown Wenatchee, WA, the event features an investment competition, educational seminars, keynote presentations, and after-party celebration. More information at www.flywheelconference.com
Since 1999, GWATA (the Greater Wenatchee Area Technology Alliance) has served as the region’s tech alliance, championing growth and development in North Central Washington. As a 501(c)3, GWATA’s mission is to bring together people and resources in technology, entrepreneurship, and STEM education. For more information visit www.gwata.org