The Pitch (Jacqueline on TV again)Posted: 22/03/2012 Filed under: SWmain 1 Comment
And so it is, I’ll be on TV again this weekend, spreading the love (and value) of Soak, to a distinguished panel of VC investors and entrepreneurship experts. If you’re in Canada, you can watch TV. In the US or internationally, watch online.
The Pitch is an exciting new weekly show from Business News Network that hooks up Canadian entrepreneurs with the risk capitalists who are sitting on the real money… the money that brings ideas to life. During the program, start-up entrepreneurs or companies seeking to take their business to the next level will sell their business idea — and the amount of cash needed — to a panel of tough financiers and experts. The panelists will either give the pitch the green light or send the dreamers back to the drawing board. It’s a fast-paced half-hour hosted by BNN’s Andrew Bell, providing viewers with the opportunity to see how entrepreneurs perform in a high-pressure atmosphere. Thursday at 8 p.m. and 10 p.m. Eastern. It will also air on Sunday at 9:30 a.m. and 8 p.m. Eastern. (The folks at The Pitch do a much better job explaining it than I could)
My exciting episode will air Friday March 23rd at 8:30pm and Sunday March 25th at 8pm. Sorry for the short notice! I’ll be away at a family wedding; sadly I can’t invite you over for a TV party. You’ll have to watch yourself and send feedback.
It’s worth noting that one of the panelists was Jeremy Gutsche, the founder of TrendHunter.com, the world’s largest, most popular trend website, attracting more than 500,000,000 total views. You’ll be pleased to see what he says about Soak.
Here’s the link for online. They say it should be online within hours of airing on TV. Have fun!
If you are interested in being on The Pitch, let me know email@example.com. I can introduce you to the production staff. They are always on the lookout for new and fresh business ideas.
I’m off. Enjoy. Thanks for watching (and for faithfully loving and promoting Soak).
-Jacqueline, Chief Soaksperson.
Awesome for you Jacqueline! !! I am going to try and watch online! You don’t have to pitch too hard for Soak! It’s great. Sells itself, especially after using it just one time!!!