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BizTimes: Top Note Tonics to move production to Wisconsin

Top Note Tonics has announced it is re-located its production to Waunakee in July. 
Mary Pellettieri was featured on Episode 1 of the third season of Project Pitch It.
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BizTimes: Blue Mangoes nabs cash prize on ‘Project Pitch It’

Season 3 of Project Pitch It wrapped with Blue Mangoes receiving the Project Pitch It Award - $10,000 for the company that helps eastern African and Central American farmers dehydrate fruit with solar power.
PlasmaE and Artery Ink shared the Stritch Pitch Award and Artery Ink earned the Pitch In Award.
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BizTimes: Cedarburg company makes life-size Lite-Brites

Check in with how LiteZilla has grown since founder Adam Greenspan appeared on Project Pitch It during Season 2 in this article by Molly Dill. 

WISN-TV 12: Entrepreneurs from Artery Ink compete on 'Project Pitch It'

Mara Natkin and Gloria Ramirez shared the story of Artery Ink with Eden Checkol. They also gave a behind-the-scenes look at Project Pitch It. Check out the interview at this link

Shepherd Express: HaloVino’s Recyclable, Reusable Drinkware

Sheila Julson shares an update on HaloVino and Jessica Bell, who appeared on Season 2. Read the article here.

BizTimes: ShockRay Self Defense gets cash prize on ‘Project Pitch It’

Molly Dill recaps Episode 7, which saw ShockRay Self Defense win the Porject Pitch It Award; Project: Grind Over Glamour earned the Stritch Pitch Award; and LUM received the Pitch In Award. Read the article at this link

BizTimes: Deeplight Systems earns cash prize on ‘Project Pitch It’

Deeplight Systems earned the Project Pitch It Award; Ready Eddy's received the Stritch Pitch Award; and Rowheels was the recipient of the Project Pitch In Award on the March 16 episode of Project Pitch It. 

Molly Dill recaps Episode 6 in this BizTimes article.
 

BizTimes: Light Fruit Co. wins $10,000 from ‘Project Pitch It’

Molly Dill recaps Episode 5, which featured Curate Solutions, Klover Products and Light Fruit Company.

Light Fruit Company won the Project Pitch It Award; Klover Products received the Stritch Pitch Award; and Curate Solutions earned the Pitch In Award.

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Edible Door: Nurse ‘Delivers’ New Baby Food Company

Amanda Santora, founder of The Little Food Company, shares how she created the company that produces organic, locally-sourced baby food purées in this article in Edible Door.

“I'm excited to introduce our wholesome and convenient baby food to health-conscious parents who want the best for their little ones.” Santoro says.
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BizTimes: Asili Naturals earns $10,000 prize on ‘Project Pitch It’

Molly Dill recaps Episode 4, which first aired on March 2. Asili Naturals received the Project Pitch It Ward ($10,000); CannedWater4Kids and Permyt shared both the Stritch Pitch (3 business classes, office space, staff support) and the Pitch In (mogul-hosted forum with area business leaders) awards. 

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BizTimes: Little Food Co. wins cash prize on ‘Project Pitch It’

Entrepreneurs and their prizes from Episode 3 are detailed in this article by Molly Dill in BizTimes. More details are available at this link.
 

BizTimes: PumpFive, VolliBands to split cash prize from ‘Project Pitch It’

The BizTimes' Molly Dill recaps Episode 2 of Project Pitch It. 
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BizTimes: CM Skullies takes home cash prize on ‘Project Pitch It’

Molly Dill reviews the entrepreneurs' pitches and details the award winners from the first episode of Project Pitch It. 

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WISN-TV 12: 'Project Pitch It' mogul says local entrepreneurs have 'spectacular ideas'

Project Pitch It mogul Jerry Jendusa is interviewed by Eden Checkol about the third season of the weekly television program that features Wisconsin entrepreneurs and innovation.

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WUWM Radio: 'Project Pitch It' Gives Exposure To Milwaukee Entrepreneurs

Chuck Quirmbach, innovation reporter for WUWM Radio, previews the third season of Project Pitch It and shares the stories of Season 1 and Season 2 entrepreneurs and an entrepreneur who is competing this season. The importance of supporting Wisconsin entrepreneurism and innovation is explained by Bev Greenberg, the program's co-executive producer, and Mark Gesner, executive director of Stritch's Hub for Innovation and Community Engaged Learning. 

Listen to the story here.
 

BizTimes: ‘Project Pitch It’ Season 3 Launch

The Season 3 launch of Project Pitch It, the television program that supports Wisconsin entrepreneurship and innovation, was hosted at Cardinal Stritch University.

BizTimes posted a photo gallery with event images. Take a look at the photos here.

WISN-TV 12: Combat injury leads to idea for 'Project Pitch It'

Nick and Abrianna Loomis, owners of CM Skullies, are interviewed by Eden Checkol to talk about the inspiration behind their beanies.

Watch the interview here.
 

BizTimes: ‘Project Pitch It’ reveals final group of season 3 companies

The final six Wisconsin entrepreneurs that will be featured on the third season of Project Pitch It were announced February 5.

Read Molly Dill's article here
 

BizTimes: Second group of ‘Project Pitch It’ entrepreneurs released

Nine additional Wisconsin entrepreneurs that were chosen to participate in the third season of Project Pitch It were announced by co-executive producers Bev Greenberg and Dean Maytag were announced. 

Read Molly Dill's coverage of the announcement here.

 

Urban Milwaukee: 2nd group of Project Pitch It entrepreneurs announced

Urban Milwaukee shared the second group of Wisconsin entrepreneurs that have been selected to participate in the third season of Project Pitch It. 

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Wisconsin Inno: Meet the 9 Startups Appearing on Project Pitch It’s 3rd Season Premiere

Wisconsin Inno provided company and product overviews of the first nine companies that have been announced as Project Pitch It participants. 

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BizTimes: First batch of entrepreneurs selected for ‘Project Pitch It’

Project Pitch It co-executive producers Bev Greenberg and Dean Maytag announced nine Wisconsin entrepreneurs that will be featured on the third season of the television program that suppors entrepreneurism and innovation. 

Molly Dill's article is available at this link.

Project Pitch It Season 2 moguls

(Seated L-R) Jerry Jendusa (Stuck), Deb Allen (Dr. DNA), Jim Lindenberg (Lindy Enterprises), Nancy Hernandez (Abrazo), Tina Chang (Syslogic), David Gruber (Gruber Law), and Peter Feigin (Milwaukee Bucks).

Standing L-R, Co-Executive Producers Dean Maytag and Bev Greenberg and Kathleen A. Rinehart, J.D., Cardinal Stritch University President.

Project Pitch It Season 2 premieres Feb 10

‘Project Pitch It’ season 2 premieres Feb. 10

Project Pitch It Returns for 2nd Season

‘Project Pitch It’ to return for second season

Milwaukee “Moguls” help make dreams come true for local entrepreneurs

Four local venture capitalists take center stage on a new TV show on WISN-TV 12. http://www.wisn.com/article/milwaukee-moguls-help-make-dreams-come-true-for-local-small-businesses/8979129  

What viewers are saying about Project Pitch It

Just want to Thank You for bringing and airing Project Pitch It to Milwaukee. How wonderful to enjoy and see a program such as this to the TV audience! It was entertaining as well as Helpful to all concerned and the future of our city and State! Keep it on and keep up the great programming!

Project Pitch It Entrepreneur on WISN-TV 12

Maanaan Sabir from “The Juice Kitchen" demonstrates how he creates healthy juices and smoothies from fresh, raw ingredients on WISN-TV. http://www.wisn.com/article/the-juice-kitchen-on-wisn-12-news-this-morning/6248109

WISN-TV Profiles Project Pitch It Entrepreneur

WISN-TV’s Ben Wagner visits “The Juice Kitchen”,  A Project Pitch It entrepreneur. http://wisn.com/article/new-show-focusing-on-milwaukee-companies/8506400   

Milwaukee Business Journal Features “Project Pitch It”

Thanks to our friends at the Milwaukee Business Journal for the kind words about the show. Read the article at this link.