Do you have a great business idea but need 1 million dollars to get yourself started? Meet Peter Burakowski, Senior Marketing Manager at 43North.
Listen to the recording of our fascinating conversation with Peter to find out why 43North is going to give away $5 million dollars to eleven promising entrepreneurs and what you need to do if you want to be one of the winners.
00:01:43 – About 43North (and why you really want to win).
00:10:06 – Who can apply.
00:11:21 – Why retail and hospitality are excluded.
00:12:25 – The 43North application process.
00:14:30 – What are the judges looking for?
00:16:33 – Setting up shop in Buffalo.
00: 21:49 – How many applicants are vying for the gold?
00:23:37 – About the judges. (Will you be one of them?)
00:27:32 – Mentorship and community.
00:31:03 – A lot more than a t-shirt: what happens to the semi-finalists.
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