The season three finale of GeekWire’s Elevator Pitch featured four CEOs who rose to the top of our startup competition and landed on the GeekWire Summit stage last week.
Now in its third season, this video series — presented by WestRiver Group — follows startup leaders as they pitch their companies during the 32-second ride to the top floor of Seattle’s Smith Tower.
In their respective areas of future workplace, fintech and consumer products, the four finalist entrepreneurs defeated other entrepreneurs.
They took the stage at the GeekWire Summit to pitch their businesses in front of a live audience, including our panel of judges: Anthony Bontrager, managing director of WestRiver Group; Maria Colacurcio, CEO of Syndio and winner of Elevator Pitch season two; and Kirby Winfield, founding general partner of Ascend.vc.
These were the entrepreneurs that pitched:
- Devin Miller, co-founder and CEO of SecureSave, an emergency savings solution designed to help people feel and be financially secure;
- Amina Moreau, CEO of Radious, an online marketplace that turns houses, apartments and other residential properties into workspaces, rentable by the day;
- Erin Quick, co-founder and CEO of PairTree, a service that provides tools, resources and support to navigate and simplify the process of adoption;
- Katherine Sizov, co-founder and CEO of Strella Biotechnology, creators of sensing technology that predicts the ripeness of produce.
You can watch the new episode of Elevator Pitch here, and find all of this season’s episodes here.
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